Client Spotlight: NX-Nardcotix Fiercely Protects Its Electronic Designs on Second Life

There is a world where all your little heart’s desires can come true: You live in a beautiful custom-designed mansion with a sparkling swimming pool where you gather your beautiful, model-like friends while you sashay a firm, bikini-clad body, martini in hand.

It is called Second Life.

Second Life is a virtual word launched in 2003 which has approximately a million regular users. Users create avatars of themselves to interact with places, objects, and other avatars.  Like in the regular world, avatars can shop around for the best virtual real estate property, objects, and services.

This virtual word also allows creators to design objects or services to sell, offering a platform for developers to become producers of objects of desire.

Nardya Rousselot is a developer, owner of NX-Nardcotix, a boutique agency specializing in computer graphic design services, computer graphics in 3D computer models, animations, and textures for virtual worlds and other three dimensional platforms such as Second Life.

Nardya’s experience and abilities in Second Life have taken her to offer her computer skills to real estate professionals, and others who require 3D designs of elements, such creating virtual tours and virtual world’s renderings for on-line, broadcast and print media.

She is also a savvy entrepreneur who has trademarked NX-Nardcotix and closely protects her designs: They are so desirable that some had tried to steal them.

But she knows how to fight back.

Marcos E. Garciaacosta, Esq. has assisted her in actively protecting her designs against internet thieves.

“Sometimes you need to remind people that you have an attorney working side by side with you and we will use all the legal tools to protect your valuable intellectual property against appropriators. It is a matter of fairness and we are ready to act on our client’s behalf. We are ready to act in case you need us,” said Marcos.

Is important to establish a solid working relationship with an intellectual property attorney but equally important is to have an attorney who understands technology and electronic media: Someone who speaks your high-tech and business language.


Marcos E. Garciaacosta is an engineer, business and intellectual property attorney. Call us to schedule an appointment at (480) 324-6378 

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