Intellectual Property Licensing



Intellectual property, such as copyrights, trademarks, and patents require written intellectual property licensing agreements. A licensing agreement or license is a contractual right that gives someone permission to engage in a defined activity or to use certain property, including intellectual property, that is owned by someone else. These intellectual property law regulations are essential to enforcing the owner's rights in intellectual property. Please read on to find an intellectual property lawyer or attorney from the Lawyers.comsm attorney directory.

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-  Licensing Agreements-  Employee Inventions
 
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Intellectual Property Licensing FAQs
-  Copyright FAQ
 
Do-it-Yourself Legal Forms
-  Copyright Registration-  Trademark Cease and Desist
-  Provisional Patent Application-  Trademark Registration
-  Release and Authorization to Use Voice and/or Likeness
 
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-  Intellectual Property: Meeting with a Lawyer-  Intellectual Property: Selecting a Good Lawyer
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Ask a Lawyer - Intellectual Property Law questions answered by leading lawyers
about "proof of existence"
I have more than a hundred Gigabytes of digital files on my computer (mostly engineering drawings). If I have to present these in a court years from now, how can I prove that these files existed years ago? My approach is to store these files on a flash drive, seal this drive in a paper "evidence bag" and date it and sign it in presence of a notary. Will this constitute a required "proof of existence" of these pictures on the date I have signed it, when presented to court? I would appreciate a direct "yes or no" answer so that I do not have dig into it to make my own interpretation of law. - If yes, please, show me the references to cases in court or internet when such a proof of existence was accepted. - If, no, please, tell me what specific methods exists in order to accomplish my goal -- undeniable proof of existence.
I was contracted to make t shirts for a sports team at school. They bought the shirts from me, but n
This has happened numerous times. representatives (coaches) of teams at colleges (schools/clubs) ask me for a mock up design and a quote and take my design that was not paid for elsewhere to be printed. How do I protect myself from reps taking my work?
Can a math equation be copyrighted
Since US copyright law says you can't claim copyright for derived material based on per-existing works and ALL math can be derived from first principles math existing for centuries, can a math equation really be copyrighted?
Can I Use a Fictional Character Name in a T-Shirt?
Hi There, I'd like to use the name of a fictional character, "Groot" from Guardians of the Galaxy, in a t-shirt. From what I understand, names of characters are not copyrighted. Can I therefore use the name, as long as I don't use the image of the character? Thank you!
Can a student use their university logo on their business card without the school's permission?
I'm a senior university student and was wondering if I'd get in trouble for using the school's logo on a personal business card. As I understand it, the school's logos are all trademarked and they don't allow students to buy business cards from the school; they only allow it for their faculty and staff.
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Intellectual Property Licensing Lawyer Web Sites
 
 -  New Jersey Intellectual Property Lawyer - Benjamin Appelbaum Attorney At Law
 -  Mississippi Law - Cumbest, Cumbest, Hunter & Mccormick, P.A.
 -  Maui County Law - Tateishi & Pascual, Attorneys A Law Corporation
 -  Salem Attorneys - Harris, Wyatt & Amala, LLC
 -  Tampa Lawsuit - Westchase Law P.A.
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