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  • Supreme Court Decision Reduces Post-Sale Intellectual Property Rights
      by HG.org

    Intellectual property rights are important to the owner, but this could change due to a sale of the IP based on changes implemented by the Supreme Court. Once a copyright, trademark or similar intellectual property has been sold, it no longer has the same rights it did prior to the sale, and this is important to understand for the owners.

  • 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.

  • Safe Harbor Provisions for Copyright Infringement
      by HG.org

    Copyright infringement is easy to accomplish in the age of the computer and electronics. However, finding a safe haven through various provisions and stipulations is necessary for many that are wading through the various copyright protections so that they are able to remain safe from violations, infringements and breaking Internet Service Provider contracts.

  • California Uniform Trade Secrets Act Compared to the Federal Defend Trade Secrets Act
      by HG.org

    The Defend Trade Secrets Act was implemented in 2016 so that trade secrets are defined as a singular understandable item across the nation. However, there are variations of these regulations in different states such as the Uniform Trade Secrets Act in California that if taking precedence could cause issues for the owners of trade secrets.

  • Guidelines for Protecting Proprietary Information

    Proprietary information is business information that has independent economic value from not being disclosed to competitive businesses or the general public.

  • How to Register, Protect and Enforce Trademarks
      by HG.org

    Registering a trademark is important based on the location of where business is to be held, but protecting and enforcing the safety of the trademark itself is imperative to ensure a thriving revenue stream. This means hiring an intellectual property lawyer versed in trademarks so that he or she may pursue action against violators.

  • Prototypes for New Products: Investment and Registration
      by HG.org

    When attempting to sell a product, there are many issues that may arise such as registration and documentation problems. If these arise, it may be necessary to hire a lawyer to ensure the concern is valid or if a company is attempting to break a contract or release from the arrangement.

  • What Is the Defend Trade Secrets Act?
      by HG.org

    The Defend Trade Secrets Act put in place a standardized understanding of what a trade secret is, and it has given the ability for those that have been wronged by someone misappropriating or stealing a trade secret through federal methods. This Act also has permitted those affected by international problems of trade secrets in obtaining a remedy for the issue.

  • What Entrepreneurs Must Understand about Intellectual Property
      by HG.org

    Intellectual property may be the backbone and foundation of a business venture, and it is crucial that entrepreneurs understand what these items are so they may profit and avoid violations. If the owner of a business has created some concept or work, he or she may be able to market it and keep it protected through intellectual property protections.

  • Considering Changes to Your Trade Secrets Policy
      by HG.org

    The trade secrets policy within a company is set to ensure that the intellectual property that is a trade secret is protected from outside companies and organizations. This means that the item used as a competitive edge is kept secret from the public and competitors so that business revenue remains and profits are available for the secret item.


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