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Yes, if you have been diligent and did not discover the infringment until now, then under the California Discovery rule, you CAN file now.  More information is required to determine if you meet t ...Read more

The process of registerting a trademark involves two steps.  First, you file a trademark application, then you wait until the Patnet and Trademark Office assigns an examiner to the case and the e ...Read more

Interesting question. There is a four-part test for fair use. The first two parts deal with the question of the purpose of the (1) original work (the movie),  and (2) the use -- your audio commen ...Read more

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How to Properly Describe An Invention for Your Patent Application – Part

Writing and applying for a Patent is a trade-off. In return for the inventor having a monopoly for making, using, offer to sell and selling the invention, the patent application must describe the inve ... Read more

What Constitutes Copyright Infringement?

Sometimes the most valuable assets a business owns are not the physical buildings which house the employees or the land upon which such building sits, but the ideas, creations, and inventions that the ... Read more

Nondisclosure Agreements for Technology Companies

Nondisclosure Agreements and Technology Companies While intellectual property laws present a significant amount of protection to individuals and companies, some “creations” are not capable ... Read more

Intellectual Property Attorney

The Role of an Intellectual Property Attorney In today’s business environment, it is more important than ever for businesses to consult with and retain the services of an intellectual property a ... Read more

What is Copyright Infringement?

Copyright infringement can cost a business owner or the creator of a copyrighted work dearly. Not only does the owner or creator of the work now have to contend with attempting to sell or use his or h ... Read more

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