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Intellectual Property Right and E-Discovery Service of LPO's

Intellectual Property Right and E-Discovery Service of LPO's

At present the experts are giving hints that there are strong opportunities prevailing to build a new horizon for the LPO sector to condense the cost for the clients of the law firms. Today the proficient lawyers are focusing to create economy synchronization among the clients, court and the law fir......[Read More]
How to Register a Coat of Arms

How to Register a Coat of Arms

A coat of arms can be registered with your home country. This will ensure that your family's coat of arms will be kept in the records. Unfortunately, just registering your coat of arms does not give you sole rights to it. If you commission an artist to create a new coat of arms for your family, it c......[Read More]
Statutory Invention Registration is the Only Way to Make Money Out of Your Inventions

Statutory Invention Registration is the Only Way to Make Money Out of Your Inventions

The article gives ideas onhow to make money, in what ways should we make money.It is all about money these days.Let us face itmoney really do make the world go round.So if you have any ideas, any inventions that you think you can make money out of. Have it patented and then get it registered via Sta......[Read More]
Requirements for Patent Drawings

Requirements for Patent Drawings

Submitting a drawing to the United States Patent Office requires knowledge and exact application of the rules. The requirements for paper, size of drawings, how to set up characters and down to the size of the margins are examples of some of the requirements. Attention to detail ensures.........[Read More]
How to Use Noncompete Agreements

How to Use Noncompete Agreements

The noncompete agreement is used by employers to prevent competition from former employees. It can be a separate document or a restrictive covenant within an employment contract. The two major elements are the duration of the restriction and the geographical region in which the agreement will be enf......[Read More]
How to Patent a Device

How to Patent a Device

Patenting a device is done through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Devices fall under the utility patent classification, which identifies new processes, machines, manufactured articles or improvements (See References, "Patent Types"). A patent will protect a device from being duplicated by som......[Read More]
The Life of a Patent

The Life of a Patent

Compared to other types of intellectual property, such as copyrights and trademarks, the life of a patent is brief. However, as long as your patent is not in the public domain, your invention enjoys the same protections against infringement as other forms of intellectual property. Here is a brief pr......[Read More]
The Statutory Right of Publicity for Deceased Celebrities in California and the Impact of Sb 771

The Statutory Right of Publicity for Deceased Celebrities in California and the Impact of Sb 771

When Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Senate Bill 771 into law on October 10, 2007, it marked the latest chapter in the continuing saga of publicity rights in California. California's evolving la......[Read More]
Intellectual Property Infringement and Patent Law

Intellectual Property Infringement and Patent Law

An intellectual property infringement is the violation of an intellectual property right. The different types of intellectual property rights are copyrights, patents and trademarks. Thus, an intellectual property infringement may for example can be a.........[Read More]
Competitive Intelligence - Getting Ahead of the Development Curve

Competitive Intelligence - Getting Ahead of the Development Curve

Today companies are being forced to cope with rising litigation risk because the business environment is simply more litigious. This increased litigiousness has produced a more rigorous due diligence requirement that involves a greater focus on the way intelligence is gathered and the processes asso......[Read More]
How to Register Logos in Canada

How to Register Logos in Canada

Registering or trade-marking your logo gives you or your company exclusive rights to the use of that logo, be it words, symbols or a combination of the two. Registering your logo provides protection within Canada for 15 years. While registration is not required by law in Canada, there are advantages......[Read More]
Introduction of Industrial Designs

Introduction of Industrial Designs

Industrial design refers to the original activity of achieving a formal or ornamental appearance for mass-produced items. In a legal sense industrial design refers to the right approved in several countries pursuant to a registration system to protect the unique ornamental as well as non-functional ......[Read More]
The Assistance a Mortgage Modification Attorney Can Provide

The Assistance a Mortgage Modification Attorney Can Provide

A loan, as described by Merriam-Webster, is basically an amount of money lent to a borrower for his temporary use. That money is expected to be paid back over a period of time; if not, then that was just money given away for free.......[Read More]
Solutions for Problems With International IP Rights Regarding Plants Native To India

Solutions for Problems With International IP Rights Regarding Plants Native To India

In the past there has been some controversy regarding a patent on basmati rice developed by a company called "RiceTec." Initially, RiceTec's patent seems to misappropriate India's national heritage in basmati rice. However, after learning about the myriad intellectual property sc......[Read More]
Employment Barristers can help Clear things up

Employment Barristers can help Clear things up

If you run a business, it is often necessary for your employees to sign contracts. These contracts lay out your terms, as well what is expected of them. Some individuals may be so excited about landin......[Read More]
Definition of a Land Patent

Definition of a Land Patent

A land patent is the rights to a tract of land, which was acquired by treaty, that the government grants to an individual or corporation. Land patents give an individual or corporation complete legal rights to the land. A land patent can be useful when the issue of land ownership is disputed between......[Read More]
The Legality of Links

The Legality of Links

Lawsuits have been filed against website owners because of the outbound links posted on their sites. As such, there are several legal issues that must be considered when deciding what links to include on a website.......[Read More]
Patent Filing Requirements

Patent Filing Requirements

You can get a patent for anything that is new.stack of colorful building blocks - no trademarks image by joanna wnuk from Fotolia.comYou can protect your inventions by filing for a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. You can choose a utility or design patent, or.........[Read More]
Current and Future Trends in Wind Turbine Technology - Results of a Patent Landscaping Exercise

Current and Future Trends in Wind Turbine Technology - Results of a Patent Landscaping Exercise

Totaro & Associates has published a new study of the patent landscape of utility grade, horizontal axis wind turbines. We looked at 1461 patents in the US and provided a component and technology keyword classification, assessment of industry relevance as well as look at future technology trends in t......[Read More]
Top 5 Stages of Benefits in IP Management Software Life Cycle

Top 5 Stages of Benefits in IP Management Software Life Cycle

When you look at patterns of Intellectual Property (IP) management software implementations across different industries, you will notice that major benefits don't come out-of-the-box. To reap these benefits, IP departments must be patient and redesign their business process to take advantage of......[Read More]