Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual property law embraces copyright laws, patent laws and trademark laws. As an artist, inventor, scientist, or creator, you may wish to insure that others do not wrongfully profit from your original ideas.
Additionally, an employer may be concerned with maintaining the secrecy of the company's creations and innovations. Thus, trade secret clauses in employment contracts, and trade secret regulations are covered.
The Internet is a constantly changing resource. Legislators and laws are attempting to keep pace with the constant change of the Internet. From privacy regulations, regulations on domain names and uses, and cyber squatting, legislators are adapting existing law to these new, cyberspace realms.
- What is Intellectual Property?
- Who is the Owner of Intellectual Property?
- Intellectual Property Infringement
- Protecting your Intellectual Property
- What is a Patent?
- Types of Inventions That Can Be Patented
- Getting A Patent
- Patent Duration
- Patent Licensing
- Patent Infringement
- Trade Secrets
- The Difficulties Surrounding Trade Secret Lawsuits
- Termination of a Trade Secret's Secret
- Remedies for Trade Secret Misappropriation
- What is a Trademark?
- Trademark Counterfeiting
- Bars to Registering a Trademark
- Common Law Trademark Rights
- Loss of Trademark Rights (Trademark Infringement or Dilution)
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Last Modified: 06-14-2011 04:30 PM PDT