As an Intellectual Property Boutique law firm, Hibbs Law, LLC focuses on a few select and interrelated areas of Intellectual Property and Regulatory law:
As a Chicago area Intellectual Property Boutique law firm, Hibbs Law, LLC focuses on only a few select and interrelated areas of intellectual property and regulatory law. Intellectual Property law is governed by a group of federal and state laws and regulations designed to protect intellectual property, which can include a variety of artistic, scientific, agricultural, and industrial creations.
Hibbs Law provides legal services in the following practice areas:
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) allows inventors to apply for patents that protect their ideas from infringement. Hibbs Law, LLC can help you protect your inventions by working with you to develop a strategy around when and how to file a patent application based on your unique situation. Click here to learn more about this process and how we can help.
At Hibbs Law, LLC, we can walk you through the process of determining what logos, words, and characteristics you should trademark and we can also help you obtain trademark rights through state and federal registration. We can also help you evaluate your sentry procedures and learn how to maintain your mark and enforce those rights. Click here to learn more about this process and how we can help.
Trade Secrets & Confidential Practices
Hibbs Law, LLC can help you develop practices and policies to protect your trade secrets and confidential practices from being copied, used, or disclosed to parties outside of your organization. We can also help you take action in the event of an infringement on your trade secrets or a violation of confidential practices or non-disclosure agreements (NDAs).
IP protection for Tabletop, RPG, and Video Game Creators
The team at Hibbs Law, LLC are passionate tabletop and RPG (role-playing game) gamers. Our combined passion and subject matter and legal expertise make us uniquely qualified to help makers, creators, designers, and inventors of RPG and tabletop games protect your intellectual property rights.
Federal and State Regulatory Compliance in these industries:
The federal government regulates the development and use of various aspects of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, cannabis, and food facilities and dietary/nutritional supplements. Regulations can quickly change and Hibbs Law can help you navigate and understand the myriad array of complex federal and state regulatory requirements involved in the development and use of therapeutic biological products, drugs, and medical devices, including Biologic License Applications, Pre-Market Approvals, and New Drug Applications in the following areas:
Biotechnology – Federal Regulatory Compliance in areas including Genetic Engineering for Healthcare, Agricultural, and Industrial applications, Nanotechnology, Stem Cell Research, Cloning, Catalysts, and more
Pharmaceutical – Our attorneys can help you understand and file FDA Regulatory Gap Assessments, Drug Master Files DMF Submissions, eCTD Submissions, etc.
Medical Devices – We can help you with 510(k) Submissions, FDA and CAPA regulatory compliance, establishing complaint, MDR, and nonconforming product procedures, and more.
Cannabis – With the legalization of marijuana in Illinois in 2020, Hibbs law is ready to help clients remain in compliance with cannabis federal, state, and local cannabis regulations, zoning ordinances, standard operating procedures. We can also help your company set up a compliance team.
Food Facilities and Dietary/Nutritional Supplements – Hibbs Law, LLC can help navigate regulations involving Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) regulations, establishing Preventive Controls Qualified Individuals (PCQIs), FDA and DSHEA compliance, and more.
Hibbs Law, LLC is looking to form long-term relationships with research teams, diagnostic groups, start-up biotechnology entities, generic developers/manufacturers and other health care innovators in pursuing their dream to improve quality of life for humankind. Click here to learn more about these processes and how we can help.