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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State Specific Resources
-  State Business Information Websites-  State Codes and Statutes Websites
-  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
-  Preparing to Meet An Intellectual Property Lawyer
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Ask a Lawyer - Intellectual Property Law questions answered by leading lawyers
Copyright in a literary work normally lasts for?
Copyright in a literary work normally lasts for? which is the correct answer 1. 20 years 2. 70 years 3. life of the creator 4. life of the creator plus 70 years 5. Opt-Out
Copyright subsists on: which is the correct answers
Copyright subsists on? which is the correct answer 1. creation (in a fixed form) of a literary, dramatic or musical work 2. application for a copyright in literary, dramatic or musical work 3.grant of copyright in literary, dramatic or musical work 4.use of a literary, dramatic or musical work
A Trade Mark is comprised of a sign which must be?
A Trade Mark is comprised of a sign which must be? 1.colourful 2. capable of reproduction 3. capable of being represented graphically 4. all of the above 5. Opt-Out
what is my right if my book publishing has constantly been delayed for the last 3 years when i have
Cyber Squatting Intellectual Property
I purchased many domain names 5 years ago. One of which is someone I know, and over the years they have become famous, at the time, they were not. We are in contact regularly. They have not inquired at all about the domain. As a businessman, I would like to sell the domain at market value. I would ideally like to offer at market value to the person I know, but do not want to be accused of cyber squatting and possibly lose the domain. I am not using the domain name as a website. The person I know who's name is the same as the domain, is not trademarked but used in commerce. By offering to sell them the domain name risky, as it has been nearly 5 years, or would it better to offer it on the open market? It is a first and last name, and probably hundreds or thousands of people have the same name, but are not celebrities.
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