This paper addresses the main intellectual property consequences of practicing law and whether attorneys can prevent others from using their work-product. The article does not assume that the reader is an expert in intellectual property law; instead, it is designed to answer the types of questions practitioners have about their rights.
Ralph D. Clifford, Intellectual Property Rights in an Attorney’s Work Product, 3 S. New Eng. Roundtable Symp. L. J. 1 (2008).