As a small law firm, we pride ourselves on partnering with our clients to help them reach their goals in every way we can. Periodically, this blog will spotlight a client who is doing amazing things that the world should know about. 701 more words
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While studying the whirlwind of laws, words and symbols that relate to different property rights, I felt my head spinning. An article published by the United States Patent and Trademark Office shares clear examples and reminders to help everyday individuals determine the differences between copyrights, trademarks, and patents. 553 more words
Intellectual property like any other property can be exploited for monetary & non-monetary or strategic benefits. There are many direct consequences of benefitting from the IPRs you hold like direct use, selling & licensing, franchising, merchandising & joints ventures, pooling the assets to name a few. 499 more words
Let’s begin by calling a Book, “A Book!” & not “Instruments that record analyze summarize organize debate and explain information which are illustrative non-illustrative hardbound paperback jacketed non-jacketed with forward introduction, table of contents, index that are indented for the enlightenment, understanding enrichment enhancement and education of the human brain thru sensory root of vision… sometimes touch” .. 924 more words
Welcome to PatentSKy – a complete guidebook for the Intellectual Property un-initiated!
If you are an innovator OR a person who likes to solve practical problems with the technology, OR a creative head OR someone just browsing around for some free IP advice, you have arrived at the correct place! 500 more words
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”) is an amendment to the U.S. Copyright Act (i.e., the federal copyright law) signed into effect in October 1998 that, among other things, provides certain limitations on the liability of online service providers (“Provider(s)”) for acts of copyright infringement by third parties. 1,486 more words