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    Inventors with a patented idea have options when it comes to taking important next steps toward commercialization. There are major differences between selling a patent, licensing a patent, and transferring technology. If you have questions about shopping your idea or working with another party to capture profits from your invention, it can help to rely […]

  • How to Fight Patent Trolls (and win)

    Patents serve many great purposes for entrepreneurs and businesses all around the world; they empower inventors to create new products and technologies for the public to use and provide feedback on for future iterations. They also protect ideas from being stolen and replicated by other companies who wish to profit from someone else’s designs. Unfortunately, […]

  • image of a man holding a brain

    Intellectual property fuels innovation. There’s no doubt about it! Everything from the invention of the wheel, harnessing electricity and even the creation of the first automobile — all of these small achievements have gradually built upon one another in monumental ways that push modern society forward. In a phrase: Ideas are important! Not only that, but […]

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    When it comes to copyrighted content, it only seems logical that the person who created this artistic property should be the one who owns said property. However, due to various business tactics and the ways they coincide with the law, this is not always the case. In fact, sometimes content creators have no ownership of their work […]

  • Photo from It's A Wonderful Life

    It’s the holiday season, which for many means it is time for their annual viewing of It’s A Wonderful Life. The ionic story was once a mainstay of the holiday season, re-running on television, ad nauseum, from the end of November until the start of the new year. Many would argue that it was the […]

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    The trademark system has long served as a pinnacle component of our nation’s growth and development. In fact, the first trademark was issued to the Averill Chemical Paint company under the United States Trademark Act of 1870. Since then, private inventors and corporations alike have made it a point to claim ownership of their intellectual […]

  • The Slants take on SCOTUS, image of the band the slants

    Late last week the Supreme Court of the Unites States, or SCOTUS, granted certiorari in nine cases. For non-legal nerds, this means that the highest court in the nation has decided to review the decisions of the lowers courts in nine specific cases. Over the next few months SCOTUS will review the merits and rule on […]

  • Apple Iphone 7 reveal

    If you follow the tech industry, or if you haven’t been living under a rock, then you probably know that this week was Apple’s big reveal of the iPhone 7. From San Francisco Apple highlighted the new device, which boasts more storage, a better camera, and not surprisingly, no headphone jacks. In addition to the iPhone […]

  • intellectual property assets

    What are my intellectual property assets? This is a common question that we hear in the office. Many small business owners understand the need to protect various portions of their intellectual property assets, such as a logo or a patent on a unique design, but they fail to grasp the big picture. In other cases, […]

  • photo of Kesha, Kesha lawsuit

    If you follow the world of music at all, you are probably aware of the Kesha lawsuit that is making waves across social media. It actually involves a series of lawsuits between recording artist Kesha (formerly known as Ke$ha) and her producer Dr. Luke. From 2009 to 2013, Kesha and Dr. Luke produced “Tik Tok”, […]

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