Allison Higgins

Allison Higgins

Trademark & Business Formation Lawyer
  • Trademarks, Intellectual Property, Business Law
  • Texas
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Biography

Hi there! I'm Allison. 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 experience, I have also worked in the marketing field writing for websites and managing marketing campaigns.

Practice Areas
    Trademarks
    Trademark Litigation, Trademark Registration
    Intellectual Property
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
Fees
  • Does Not Currently Practice Law
  • Not Currently Accepting Clients
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Texas
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Education
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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Military Spouse JD Network
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Legal Answers
64 Questions Answered
Q. House rental lease ends jan 31 realtor wants to show house now with covid spikes can they legally show the house
A: This is a question coming across a lot of lawyer's desks, but there doesn't seem to be a strict answer yet. Maybe you and your landlord can agree to only do virtual showings. Check your contract to see if it says how and when they can show the house. You may want to hire an attorney to negotiate on your behalf with your landlord.
Q. If someone retypes my contract, different font same words then signs, is this legal and his property, not mine?
A: I'm not totally sure what you are asking here. But it doesn't seem like there is a clear cut answer. Did you write the original contract from scratch? Did you give the contract to them for some reason? An attorney would need more information to determine how to proceed.
Q. What is the status of applications and databases developed without an intellectual property assignment agreement?
A: You should definitely speak with an attorney about your situation before signing anything. My guess is they're asking you to sign the assignment because they don't know who really owns it and want a quick way to get it over with. As Marcos said, you may or may not have a work for hire agreement in place from when you first signed on. There are lots of maybes here. Definitely reach out to an IP attorney for a better answer.
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Contact & Map
Quest: Business & IP Law
PO Box 967
Helotes, TX 78023
Telephone: (210) 201-6145
Monday: 8 AM - 7 PM
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