Resources Overview


Competing for market share is a tough proposition in today’s business environment.  A company needs the capital to get started as well as the idea to provide a good product or service — but that’s not enough.  A business also must stand out, offering something different that no one else can provide.  A company’s unique difference might exist in the form of a business process, a product design, a written manual, a product name or even a customer list.

These areas of distinction are called “intellectual property” — often a business’s most valuable asset.  At Woodard, Emhardt, Henry, Reeves & Wagner, we specialize in identifying, protecting and preserving these assets for our clients, a requirement for success in today’s highly competitive marketplace.