You are in: Home >

Articles, tagged with "inventor", page 1


What was Copyright Law Of The United States in March 3, 1891?

07th April 2011
Copyright Law Of The United States Section 4952 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, in force December 1, 1873, as amended by the act of June 18, 1874, as amended by the act of March 3, 1891, provides that the author, inventor, designer, or p...
Author: Pavan
Copyright & Trademark

Patent Lawyer

17th January 2011
Intellectual Property plays a big role in our modern life and activities. Everyday there are new inventions related to agriculture, health and medicines, locomotives and telecommunications. These inventions are protected by Patents - an important are...
Author: Biswajit Sarkar
Copyright & Trademark

Patent Protection and the Role of IP Lawyers

04th January 2011
Depending on the type of IP (intellectual property) that you are wishing to legally protect then a patent application may be the right way forward. A patent protects a new invention and limits the commercial gains to the invention to the inventor. Having ...
Author: Tim Bishop
Copyright & Trademark

Know how to determine patentability

22nd November 2010
Protecting intellectual property from unauthorized copy and use is one of the first considerations for an inventor/creator. If it is a new invention, i.e. it belongs to scientific or technical domain, the inventor has to acquire a patent for this. This pr...
Author: Daniel Smith
Expert Witness

Shoes Which Make You Comfortable and Attractive

07th September 2010
Gravity Defyer Footwear is the brainchild of Alexander Elnekaveh, an inventor, engineer and entrepreneur who has designed and developed hundreds of unique inventions and holds worldwide patents for numerous gadgets and innovations. The problem about foot ...
Author: angeladams
Business Law

Trademark Registration – Get IPR Services from our Global Law Firm

17th August 2010
A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol or design, or combination of words, phrases, designs or symbols is used in the course of trade that identifies and distinguishes the source of the services or goods of one enterprise from those of others. trademark re...
Author: rahulkumar
Copyright & Trademark

Know the right way to choose a good patent lawyer

14th July 2010
Every invention or idea of invention is the property of the inventor. Ethically it belongs to him/her. However, it is essential to obtain legal rights on it as well. This is to ensure that your invention is protected from unauthorized use. This protection...
Author: craig23

Four Essential Components of Patents

08th July 2010
Getting a patent sounds easy, but in reality it isn't. There are many hoops you must jump through to get your patent approved. Here are four components you must have included to get your patent approved. The invention must be novel Being novel means tha...
Author: Optimize4you
Business Law

Patent Registration: - India Patent is a platform to share information on Patent & Innovation.

02nd June 2010
Patent Registration in India aims at preventing and protecting the unauthorized use, selling and importing of the product or process innovatively invented. Patent is a legal right/document given by government to the inventor of the any new and useful prod...
Author: rahulkumar
Copyright & Trademark

IPR Law Firms – Copyright Prosecution, Patent Renewal and Trademark Registration Services in India

06th April 2010
Patent registration is one of the well known company services in India that includes preventing and protecting the unauthorized selling, copy, use or importing of services or product of any kind innovatively invented. Patent term is used for granting a le...
Author: Mukesh Kumar Thakur
Copyright & Trademark

The Difference Between Patents and Trademarks

05th November 2009
1. Plant patent - a type of patent wherein anyone formulates a new variety of plant commonly through asexual reproduction. 2. Utility patent - a type of patent wherein anyone uncovers any new and functional procedure, mechanism, piece of manufacture,...
Author: Chet Lawrence
Copyright & Trademark

Why you should think twice about Provisional Patent Applications

20th August 2009
In the past, it was typically accepted as standard practice for an inventor to write up a really quick and dirty patent application, draft up some quick drawings with the kids' crayons and send it off to the USPTO as a provisional patent application. Occa...
Author: sbbarca