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Intellectual Property

Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in a Franchise Agreement **Attorney Advertising**

A franchisor (or creator/developer of a business) licenses his or her techniques, intellectual property (trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and potentially patents), marketing, basic know-how, and …

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Art patent

The Benefits of Conducting a Prior Art Search **Attorney Advertising**

When it comes to securing a patent, one of the most important things that you can do is conduct a prior art search. This type …

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Trademarks

What to Know When Submitting a Specimen with Your Trademark Application **Attorney Advertising**

To obtain a trademark registration in the United States, you are required to show “use” of your trademark. In other words, the United States Patent …

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Intellectual Property

Spring Cleaning for your IP: 8 Steps to Take **Attorney Advertising**

Spring is here and it’s an excellent time to organize and audit your intellectual property. If it’s been a while since you’ve taken an audit …

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Patent

What Will Happen When My Patent Ends? **Attorney Advertising**

It may be disappointing to learn that the patent protection given to an inventor or entrepreneur does not last forever. Because of that fact, it’s …

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Trademarks

Avoid The Risk of a Generic Trademark **Attorney Advertising**

A trademark is a word, symbol, or phrase that is used to identify the origin of a specific product. To receive protection under intellectual property …

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Branding

Branding and Trademarks: Keep These 3 Tips in Mind **Attorney Advertising**

Developing a memorable brand that can also be protected legally can be a difficult process. Not only does it involve selecting a name that is …

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Infringement

The Easiest Way to Get Sued for Trademark Infringement **Attorney Advertising**

You may be surprised to learn that one of the easiest ways to get sued for trademark infringement is to file a trademark application with …

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Copyright

Copyright Infringement vs Plagiarism: What is The Difference? **Attorney Advertising**

Plagiarism and copyright infringement both involve the misuse of someone else’s work, but in different circumstances and with different consequences. Copyright infringement is the act …

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Trademarks

3 Trademark Tips When Creating a Logo **Attorney Advertising**

A logo can be an integral part of your company’s identity and ideally one of the main ways that consumers will identify your goods or …

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Copyright

The NFT I Purchased Was Removed For ‘Copyright Infringement.’ How Is That Possible? **Attorney Advertising**

NFT marketplaces are exploding in 2022, offering new and exciting opportunities for investors and artists alike.  On the flip side, NFTs, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology …

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Trademarks

Do I Need to Stop Using The “TM” Symbol If My Trademark Was Rejected? **Attorney Advertising**

The TM symbol can be used to put others on notice that you’ve filed for trademark protection of a particular word, logo, slogan, or any combination …

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