Assaad Lyn Law, PLLC
“Attorney on a mission to help artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses understand the value of their Intellectual Property.”-Assaad Lyn
About Assaad Lyn
A lover of comic books, cartoons, and video games, Assaad started out wanting to do animation work, but later found his strength in creative writing. He took that love of comic books, cartoons, and video games, and studied copyright and trademark law to become an attorney on a mission to help creatives and entrepreneurs understand the value of the creations they make. Having done creative work in his spare time, he understands what it’s like to create something from nothing!
Whether he’s tackling intellectual property issues, contract issues, or just understanding how rules and law affect a business, Assaad is willing to help.
In his spare time he enjoys creative writing, video games, and ballroom dancing.
Areas of Practice
$250 for 5 pages or less
$30 for each additional page
Includes review of the contract with notes and questions.
$500 per agreement
Licensing Agreements, Assignment Agreements, Contractor Agreements, and Non Disclosure Agreements (NDAs).
Trademark Application Package
$1600 for filing
1 mark and 1 class (Includes government filing fee of $250 or $375).
Contact for pricing
I am now a commissioned notary in the state of Massachusetts!
News & Updates
Recent news, updates & articles from Assaad Lyn!
Wizards of the Coast, the publisher of the popular Dungeons & Dragons series (and a subsidiary of Hasbro) has come under scrutiny lately, because of the proposed changes to their Open Games License (or OGL). The OGL is basically a license to use certain mechanics of Dungeons & Dragons and fans can create royalty-free content.…Keep reading
On Monday, December 19, 2022, the FTC announced that Epic Games will pay a $520 million fine in order to settle allegations of violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), and collecting children’s personal data without obtaining consent from the parent or guardian. Epic acknowledged the settlement in a statement, saying in part: “No…Keep reading
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced that starting December 3, 2022, trademark applicants will have three (3) months (was six (6) months) to respond to office actions. Note that this rule will apply to office actions that are issued after December 3, 2022. The goal is for the USPTO to shorten the…Keep reading