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  • How To Protect What You Create With A Copyright  By : Gregg Hall
    In the United States there are millions of people every year who create original music, research, or write books and other forms of creative expression. These are covered by the term intellectual property and are given protection under copyright laws. If you are a publisher, writer, or editor it is crucial that you are knowledgeable about copyright issues more than ever.
  • The Difference Between Trade Secrets And Trademarks  By : Gregg Hall
    Some people get confused between trade secrets and trademarks. A trademark is something that is publicly recognized and known as being officially associated with a particular company. In contrast a trade secret can be a much more broad definition and by its very name is not made public.
  • Protecting Intellectual Property  By : Robert Valentine
    Writings, art works, inventions and even ideas can be protected now and for the future.
  • Using a Patent Search to Test the Waters  By : Lisa Parmley
    Learn a little about conducting a patent search.
  • A Brief Overview of a U.S. Patent Application  By : Lisa Parmley
    Learn about a few components for filing a U.S. patent application.
  • How to Invent Something Sure to be Profitable  By : Lisa Parmley
    Are successful inventors just lucky or is there a strategy for coming up with these golden ideas?
  • The Topic of Patentability  By : Lisa Parmley
    For an object or idea to be patentable, it must fit into one of the following four categories; process, manufacture, machine or composition of matter. The subject matter must also be original, an unmodified, previously existing invention is never patentable. There must be a significant improvement over previous inventions for the new one to qualify. If two previous inventions are combined together, the combination must yield new and unexpected results for the invention to be considered patentable.
  • What Do We Mean by Patent Prosecution?  By : Lisa Parmley
    The prosecution of a patent includes the procedures that follow after a regular patent application is filed.
  • Manufacturing Your Invention  By : Lisa Parmley
    Unless you're able to license your invention right away, you will need to seek out invention manufacturing services. It is possible that even if you do license your invention, you will still be responsible for finding an adequate manufacturer.
  • Inventors... Make Sure Your Invention is a Success!  By : Lisa Parmley
    Discover some of the important strategies all inventors should know to help ensure that their invention is a success.
    This list of tips was compiled from successful inventors. They are sure to steer you in the right direction and help you ensure success for yourself...
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