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Domain Trademarks

A frequent question among Internet entrepreneurs is “Can I trademark a domain name?” The answer is yes – in some cases. Generally, the rule is that you can trademark a domain name if it is original and not just a...

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Having Multiple Patents for Sale

One of the issues in regards to having multiple inventions that you’re working on at the same time is the all too familiar focus factor. When you try to move multiple inventions along at once you are spreading your time,...

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Featured Companies of the Month

This month’s featured companies are 3M, GE, and Johnson and Johnson. These companies continually display a commitment to innovation and new product development commercialization. To understand how these companies continually come up with revolutionary product ideas and commercialize technology it’s...

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How Intellectual Property Licensing Works and Related terms

Intellectual property rights are plainly assets. They have value, and they can be bought or sold. There are some differences, however, when comparing IPR to other types of assets. If you are a solicitor that does not regularly deal with...

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Should You Sell Or License Your New Product Or Idea

by Dan Stalfire Patent Selling Why Sell: A patent is your property and as such you have the legal right to do with it as you wish. Generally you would choose to sell your patent if you would; 1. Focus...

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Nondisclosure Agreement And Intellectual Property

by Alexander Gordon Modern age companies, unlike the traditional firms, are spending colossal amount of resources in two key areas i.e. a) undertaking research and b) training manpower. These resources contribute to firm’s hard earned intellectual property pool. Another key...

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FAQs – Licensing Intellectual Property (IP)

by Jean Sifleet Licensing is a key business strategy. It's a way to maximize the earnings from inventions and creative works, which are called intellectual property or "IP.". What is licensing? Licensing is when you grant some rights to intellectucal...

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The Average Cost of Getting A Trademark

Every trademark is words that are distinct, which may be logos, pictures, motto, that are well used to identify the product. These trademarks are capable of being protected under the Federal sate and also a law. Such federal registration offers...

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Legal Terms – A Quick Guide

by Richard Chapo Legal issues and problems are stressful, complex and inevitable. If you get wrapped up in legal issues, it sometimes helps to understand the lingo being bandied about. Legal Terms Contract: An agreement between two or more parties...

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Protect your Idea with an NDA

How To Use A NDA to Protect Your Idea When You Don't Have A Patent For most of the companies found over the market today, a most valuable asset is the IP(Intellectual Property). IdeaBuyer.com advises you to take proper and...

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