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Allison Higgins

Allison Higgins

Trademark & Business Formation Lawyer
  • Trademarks, Intellectual Property, Business Law
  • Texas
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Hi there! I'm Allison. I'm a trademark and business lawyer located in Texas, but I help businesses and entrepreneurs from all over the country protect their brands with trademark registration. I received my legal education from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA where I participated in our local trademark clinic. In addition to my legal practice, I also work in the marketing field writing for websites and managing marketing campaigns. My law firm Quest Business Law provides a well-rounded approach to business law by integrating proven marketing techniques and top-notch legal solutions.

Did You Know? Trademark attorneys can work with clients from any state, unlike most practice areas. That's right! It doesn't matter if you're in Alaska, Texas, or Maine, I can help you obtain federal trademark protection.

Practice Areas
  • Trademarks
  • Intellectual Property
  • Business Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
State Bar of Texas
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Tulane University School of Law
J.D. (2019)
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University of Louisiana - Lafayette
B.B.A. (2016) | Marketing
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Texas  # 24120254
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American Bar Association
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San Antonio Young Lawyers Association
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San Antonio Bar Association
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39 Questions Answered

Q. Can I use the thunderbolt as part of my logo for Twitch Streaming?
A: You would need to be more specific to get a definite answer. Are you wanting to use a generic image of a thunder bolt or one that is used by another company or person? Are you making any money from the Twtich platform?
Q. Do I have a case to sue for damages based on a violation of my intellectual property rights?
A: You may have a case, but an attorney would need more details to give a more definite answer. For example, was the program created before or during your employment? There may be some work for hire issues that need to be sorted out. It also would depend if there is an integration clause in the contract that excludes any prior oral agreements. A copyright attorney would need to read the contract in full to determine any rights and remedies you may have. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I am a licensed IP and business lawyer located in San Antonio, but I serve clients all over the state.
Q. copyright laws for digital magazine
A: Just because you credit an author does not mean you can use their work, even if you are not selling the magazine. This could very easily get you in trouble for copyright ingrinment and get a DMCA notice. You would need to get permission from each author to post their work in your magazine. For future paid articles, it would depend on the factors for works for hire. Some authors may request to retain the rights to their works, while others may not. I would definitely recommend looking more into copyright laws and getting a consultation with a copyright lawyer before launching your magazine.
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Quest: Business & IP Law
PO Box 967
Helotes, TX 78023
Telephone: (210) 201-6145
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