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Trademarks vs. CopyrightsCopyrights and trademarks are two distinct forms of intellectual property protection, and each safeguards the property in question for a unique reason. The main purpose of copyrights is…
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How to Protect Intellectual Property

What is intellectual property?What precisely is meant by the term “intellectual property”? The prosecution, the litigation, and the representation of those interests are all considered part of intellectual property law…
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How to File a Patent

Utility PatentsUtility patents may be granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for innovations such as functional devices, procedures, and material compositions. The owner of a utility…
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Where To Start With Contracts And Agreements

Legal Contracts and LicensingContracts and formal agreements are set in place to protect individual parties as business transactions take place. They can make or break a deal should they be…
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Lyft and Uber Involved in Trade Secrets Case

Ride sharing company Lyft Inc. is asking the courts to prevent their number one competitor in the ride service industry, Uber Technologies Inc., from accessing confidential information about its drivers.…
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Fair Use and YouTube

Who could have foreseen the impact that a video of a dancing baby uploaded by his mother in 2007 would have so much impact on YouTube users and how the…
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Dollar Shave Club Files Countersuit Against Gillette

Dollar Shave Club has entered a countersuit against Gillette in an ongoing lawsuit alleging intellectual property violation. Two months ago, Gillette sued Dollar Shave Club, claiming that Dollar Shave Club,…
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Suit Filed over Oscar Swag Bag Copyright

Los Angeles-based Distinctive Assets, known for handing out its so-called the “Oscar swag bag” to Academy Award Nominees in five categories, has been named in a lawsuit last Tuesday for…
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USPTO Rejects “Let’s Play” Trademark

Sony is now far less likely to gain control over the phrase “Let’s Play” after the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has updated its rejection of the company’s…

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