If you've ever developed a new product or formulated a new business idea, you've most likely grappled with the question of whether you should to protect it legally in some way. It can be a confusing issue, for sure, and many of the small business owners and entrepreneurs I meet don't seem to have a solid grasp of how, why and when to protect their products, or if it's even necessary.
One of the biggest problems that inventors face when setting out to describe an invention is with defining what the law refers to as “alternative embodiments of the invention,” or simply “alternative embodiments.
So you’ve got a great, innovative idea, and you just know this is the one that will catapult you into a successful business venture.
In the past few weeks, I’ve discussed what constitutes trademark infringement, how to protect your image and intellectual property online, and some recent developments in the law regarding use of competitor keywords in search engine marketing. This article goes back to the fundamentals, and discusses ten tips for selecting a trademark...
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Arguably one of the most intriguing and fastest-growing tech fields nowadays, the self-driving vehicle industry is becoming increasingly competitive, making proprietary technology protection and talent retention of crucial importance.
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