Summary: Trade secrets are valuable intellectual property assets for businesses, and often do not fit neatly into patent, trademark, or copyright subject matter eligibility. Nonetheless, protecting trade secrets from unauthorized use or disclosure is crucial. In this post, we discuss what trade secrets are, how they can be used to protect your business's proprietary information, and best practices for maximizing trade secret legal protection.
Read about some advantages of an intent to use trademark registration.
Three mistakes to eliminate for a more competitive SBIR proposal.
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Paramount Pictures is in a legal dogfight following the release of "Top Gun: Maverick."
This post explains the role "patent attorney" and distinguishes from other attorneys and agents.
A brief review of new design patent law from the In re Surgisil case and what it means for your design patent claim.
This blog post discusses the importance of trademark registration for businesses. It explains what trademarks are, their benefits, and the process of registering a trademark in the United States. A trademark is a symbol, phrase, word, or design that identifies the source of a product or service. A registered trademark provides various advantages, including a legal presumption of ownership and exclusive right to use the mark in commerce. The post provides details on the registration process and the differences between the Principal and Supplemental Registers.
This post explains utility patents and answers common questions.
This post explains design patents and answers common questions.
This post introduces some funding resources and opportunities for Maryland startups.
This post is a brief case study of an instance of copyright misappropriation.
This post clarifies who owns title in intellectual property you hired a freelancer to create.