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Joint IP Development and Cross-Licensing **Attorney Advertising **

Companies may work together, using their best talent and leverage of their assets to create new products or methods that they jointly own. Joint Intellectual Property (“IP”) development can lead to advances otherwise unattainable by individual companies, but can be used exclusively by the two companies through […]

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Do I Need an Attorney to File for a Trademark or Copyright? **Attorney Advertising**

Blood, sweat, and tears went into the work you created, and now you’re ready to file for a trademark or copyright. After all, you want your intellectual property to have the protection a trademark or copyright can give it. And you may be wondering if you need […]

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Similar Products, Different Patents **Attorney Advertising**

You’ve worked long and hard to create something new, and now you’re gearing up to apply for a patent. You know that you won’t be granted a patent if your invention isn’t unique, so you do a search for similar patents…and you find them. Now what? If […]

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Memes and Trademarks: It’s All Fun and Games Until Someone Gets Hurt **Attorney Advertising **

Memes come in the form of humorous videos, graphics, or texts that are then shared and spread rapidly by internet users. And we’ve all giggled at a meme or two, but the person who developed the image or content that’s being altered or made fun of in […]

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY BASICS THAT EVERY BUSINESS OWNER NEEDS TO KNOW ***Attorney Advertising***

Intellectual Property (“IP”)  is an intangible asset that most businesses create and own. IP consists of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets law. If you’re running a business or brand and failing to think of and treat your Intellectual Property as an asset (or if you’re not […]

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3-D Printing, Copyright, and Trademark Law **Attorney Advertising **

3-D printers have come a long way, and now they’re small enough and affordable enough for individual artists to have their own. This gives the freedom to make two-dimensional computer-assisted drawings (CAD) into three-dimensional resin objects. The IP implications of this, however, are confusing and laws may […]

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Does a Registered Trademark Expire? ** Attorney Advertising **

Obtaining a trademark for your business name, tagline, or logo is not a “one and done” process.  Over the years, you will need to renew your trademark and complete a number of maintenance steps in order to keep your trademark active and alive. In general, trademarks are […]

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Can I Copyright My Work by Simply Mailing It to Myself? ** Attorney Advertising**

Copyright is a legal protection for “original works of authorship,” which are types of intellectual property that can be expressed in a tangible form, such as stories, music, film, artwork, fashion, architectural designs, software, dance routines, and dramatic performances.  Such copyright protection essentially stops others from misusing […]

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Need a Patent? Step One is a Prior Art Search **Attorney Advertising **

It’s important to the patent process that one does a prior art search to make sure that no one else has patented the same invention or design. A design or invention may serve a purpose and not be obvious, but one can’t patent what has already been […]

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Is Your Virtual Assistant an Employee or Independent Contractor? **Attorney Advertising**

As you grow your company and expand your team, you may find the prospect of hiring “virtual” employees to be an attractive and flexible option.   For starters, having remote team members can save thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars per year in overhead expenses. […]

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