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Do I Need a Patent or Trademark? Alternatives to Registering IP

Intellectual Property is one the most prized possessions of any business. However if you are a small business protecting it, might be a challenge. There are several reasons for this but the biggest one is financial. Patenting inventions is extremely expensive, starting at $530 just for filing and processing the patent, with a further $300 [...]

By |2017-11-11T16:13:58+05:30November 11th, 2017|Trademark|0 Comments

Do I Need a Patent or Trademark? Alternatives to Registering IP

Intellectual Property is one of the most prized possessions of any business. However, if you are small business protecting it might be a challenge. There are many reasons for this but biggest one is financial. Patenting invention is extremely expensive starting at $530 just for filing and processing the patent, with a further $300 in early [...]

By |2017-11-08T17:30:31+05:30November 8th, 2017|Trademark|0 Comments

Common Law Trademark: Everything You Need to Know

What is a common law trademark? A common law trademark is a type of infringement protection for intellectual property in which property is used in commerce before the federal registration of the mark. The U.S. common law starts when you use the mark for the first time in your geographical area. It endures with continual, [...]

By |2017-11-04T13:44:22+05:30November 4th, 2017|IP Basics, Trademark|0 Comments

What Is a Trade Secret?

About Trade Secret Trade secret includes any valuable business information that derives its value from secrecy. Trade secrets can be very valuable to you whether you have developed new technology, designed original products created the perfect recipe. A Trade secret is an information that is useful in the industry and that is kept confidential. It [...]

By |2017-11-03T12:27:29+05:30November 3rd, 2017|Trademark|0 Comments

Why Register Copyrights, Trademarks, and Patents with the USPTO?

The US Patent and Trademark office provides protection for invention,literary work,and commercial identifiers, such as logos,and unique names. Technically, you don't have to register any of your work or invention to be able to own them, or defend your ownership in court. You own your work as soon as you create it. But registering your [...]

By |2017-10-28T17:56:33+05:30October 28th, 2017|Trademark|0 Comments