Is Your Security Interest in IP Valid?


By Matthew J. Curran, Esq. and Andrew P. Cernota, Esq.

The last thing you want to discover when asserting your security interest in IP is that it is unenforceable or has been supplanted by a subsequent security interest because it was incorrectly filed.  Unfortunately the law in this area can be confusing and even seemingly contradictory.  MCR is here to help!  We have analyzed the law and court interpretations so you don't have to.  Contact our attorneys and file IP security interests with confidence!


To read this full article please visit the library section of our website at: and click on "Security Interests in Intellectual Property".


We also invite you to contact us directly by email, or by phone (603)886-6100 to discuss your particular concerns or interests.


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Please pass this along to anyone you know who may be interested, or in need of intellectual property legal services.


Thank you, 


Matt Curran
    Matthew. J. Curran, Esq.

    Registered Patent Attorney








About Matthew Curran



    Andrew P. Cernota, Esq.

    Registered Patent Attorney





About Andrew Cernota


This general information is provided as a courtesy to the public by the law firm of Maine Cernota & Rardin, is not intended to be relied on as a statement of law or fact, is subject to change at any time, does not constitute legal advice, is not a solicitation for legal services, does not create an attorney/client relationship and is not intended to interfere with any existing business or legal relationship.  Please communicate any errors or omissions in the information to Administrator, or call (603) 886-6100.