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Does a Patent Offer the Best Protection for Your Invention?

Before applying for a patent, you should make sure it really is the best option for your invention.  Patents should not be confused with the other kinds of intellectual property rights available: utility models – to protect technical innovations which… Continue Reading →

Should Computers be Named as Patent Inventors?

As current patent law stands only a human individual can file as an inventor on a patent who conceived of the idea. Defined as “the formation in the mind of the inventor of a definite and permanent idea of the… Continue Reading →

How Much Protection Do US Common Law Trade Mark Rights Provide?

In the United States (US) common law rights are automatically granted to trade marks used without registration providing you can prove you were the first to use the mark commercially in your geologic area.  Many new businesses are surprised to… Continue Reading →

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