The excitement of creating a new invention may compel you to tell everyone you know. However, you must prioritize protecting your new idea over sharing your success. You most likely put a great deal of time and effort into your invention, and therefore, it is in your best interest to protect it. You can obtain… Read more »
If you’re looking to claim a business name, you are probably looking to obtain a trademark. If you wrote a book, song, or play, you want to obtain copyrights. However, if you invented the next big thing and want to make sure no one else makes money from your idea, you need to patent your… Read more »
Patent infringement occurs when a person or company sells, offers, or utilizes a patented invention without the patent owner’s permission. While the invention’s information may be publicly accessible, it cannot be used without the patent holder’s approval. If this happens, the patent owner has the right to pursue legal action against anyone who infringes on… Read more »
A Practitioner’s Guide to Patent Challenges at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office: CHAPTER 4 (DRAFT): Initiating a Post-Grant Proceeding at the USPTO
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Providing Trademark protection for our clients is vital in that Trademarks create goodwill for businesses, and can be the backbone of business success.