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  • Unfair Competition Cases Involving Trademark Infringement
      by HG.org

    Trademark infringement is a serious offense to a company with an established brand with a long member in the public’s eye. However, when the opposing entity causes the business from consumers to shift over and start leaving the brand, this could complicate matters and end in litigation for unfair competition practices.

  • Intellectual Property Expert Witness Describes Domain Name Trademark Infringement
      by HG.org

    Infringement in intellectual property occurs with frequency depending on how interesting or attractive the domain name is and how well it may appeal to the online audience. Experts in this field may have the knowledge and experience to explain to the judge or jury panel how the infringement affects the owner and his or her ecommerce business.

  • Expert Witness Testimony on Similarity of Works in Copyright Infringement Claim
      by HG.org

    Copyright infringement is a rampant crime in the age where technology rules over these matters, and the issues with copyrighted works being copied and distributed increases each year. However, the need for an expert witness arises when similar works are fashioned from the original that are similar enough to lead to infringement claims against the author.

  • Costs Associated with Trademarks and Patents
      by HG.org

    When obtaining a trademark for a company, products or services, the costs may be extensive depending on how the owner decides to apply, and this could alter if he or she expands from one state to the nation or globally. Patents are equally expensive, and may be registered similarly through one location or around the entire world.

  • What Is the Connection between Fair Use and Intellectual Property?
      by HG.org

    Fair use and intellectual property have an important correlation in that fair use only exists to ensure that violations of intellectual property do not occur. The copyright protections keep others from copying work, but there are certain stipulations called fair use that permit others to use portions of the book or other written creation depending on the actions of the individual.

  • What Types of Legal Agreements can Protect Intellectual Property?
      by HG.org

    Legal agreements are often part of protecting intellectual property when though business interactions and when used within a company. There are a few different contracts and agreements that assist with these matters, and it is important to know the difference and when to utilize them.

  • Common Misconceptions about Intellectual Property
      by HG.org

    There are many myths about intellectual property, what it can do, who owns it and why it exists. In order to dispel these misconceptions, it is important to research what intellectual property the company or individual owns and why it is vital to the success of business interactions.

  • Professional Sports Leagues and Trademarks
      by HG.org

    Trademarks are intellectual property that protect the symbol, name, phrase or graphical depiction of a company. Professional sports teams have these brands created, and then they become trademarked for protection and profit with physical products and merchandise and online intangible items.

  • Should You Register Your Trademarks? Benefits Registered Trademark Owners Receive When Protecting Their Brands

    A trademark is a word, symbol, phrase—or almost anything—that represents your company to potential customers. It may be the first thing that a potential customer or client sees when they interact with your business and will likely be the go-to thing that a potential customer or client thinks about when they think of your business. This means that trademark protection is essential for the long-term health of a business.

  • Brilliant Ideas Need Protection: Trademarks, Copyrights and Patents

    Brilliant ideas take many forms. It is important to know how to protect them. Learn more.


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