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  • Defending an Intellectual Property Claim Against Obviousness
      by HG.org

    When intellectual property is in danger from various claims, it is important to protect it from the numerous issues that may arise. This may mean litigating against the government for claims against obviousness and other complications, and in doing so, it may be possible to ensure that trademarks, patents, copyrights and trade secrets are safe from these issues.

  • Reasons Intellectual Property Is Imperative for Your Business
      by HG.org

    Whether the owner of a business has created or own intellectual property, the use of it may be crucial to revenue and imperative to utilize as trademarks, copyrights, patents and trade secrets become more important to the commerce realm. This means a lawyer should be hired to protect these items and keep the owner from committing violations.

  • Role of an Intellectual Property Lawyer in Today’s World
      by HG.org

    Intellectual property is the backbone for many business owners, and this means numerous lawyers are hired to assist with company matters. The role of an intellectual property lawyer may be different since the advent of technology increases and computers revolutionizing the business world, and this means a heightened awareness of what these items are and how they affect the company realm.

  • Registering and Defending Your IP
      by HG.org

    Intellectual property most often needs both the standard and extra protection from theft, reproduction or those that would build upon the previous work. This is for multiple types of these works to include what a trademark safeguards. Defending the intellectual property from possible violations generally takes registration, a good lawyer and ensuring the information is used properly.

  • The Important of Maintaining Trademarks
      by HG.org

    Trademarks are important to businesses that use them for a variety of reasons. However, the trademark employed by a company often becomes the brand that is remembered by the public. This is critical in transactions between the organization and consumers.

  • Intellectual Property Disputes and an Expert Witness’ Examination
      by HG.org

    Intellectual property is owned by the person that designed, created or invented the item. However, there are many cases of infringement on the legal protections obtained to safeguard the object from public use, competitors and reproduction. If someone has been violating the patent, copyright, trade secret or trademark, a lawyer versed in this form of law is needed.

  • Design Patents: What They Can and Cannot Do
      by HG.org

    Getting a patent is often useful and important for an inventor of a creation. However, what type of this intellectual property protection to obtain is often debated by the person applying. There are two main categories of these, and they affect different aspect of the patented work.

  • All About the Defend Trade Secrets Act
      by HG.org

    Trade secrets are often difficult to protect with only so many safeguards in place for the owners of the secrets as recourse when the ingredient, process or recipe is revealed to the public or a competitor. However, the Defend Trade Secrets Act was passed in 2016.

  • Should I Sell or License My Intellectual Property
      by HG.org

    The decision to market and license the intellectual property of an individual is often at odds with selling it instead.

  • What Is a Utility Patent and What Does it Protect?
      by HG.org

    Patents are legal ways of protecting an idea that is used to create and invention. It is the produced work that is guarded through the patent through the United States Patent and Trademark Office. This manner of protecting an invented item lasts from fourteen to twenty years in most circumstances.


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