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Trademark Registration - Legal exclusivity is only obtained by trademark registration

22nd August 2011
Today, trademark registration has great importance in the legal world in preventing other traders from using same or identical trademarks. How to register a trademark and how to file a trademark application in India can not be possible without the assista...
Author: goyalchaman
Copyright & Trademark

Filing Your Patent Online

08th December 2010
A lot of people have great ideas but never take the next step in developing those ideas.Nothing strange about any of that, a lot of great minds first had trouble taking the first step. The one thing you want to avoid is giving your invention to some comp...
Author: Frank Chen
Copyright & Trademark

Should I File a Patent Applicaiton

08th December 2010
Should I file a patent application online for my invention?To all the inventors out there just like me. This is something that only you can decide for yourself. Don't let other inventors or a bunch of forums filled with bad advice tell you this or that....
Author: Frank Chen
Copyright & Trademark

How to Patent Your Idea or Invention

08th December 2009
If you have a great, original idea that you believe people would pay for - a process, a product, an invention, a new use for an old device - then you need to take steps to protect it. The road from inspiration to patented invention is simple to explain, a...
Author: Robert Bell
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

Unfair Competition and Its Negative Effects to a Business

23rd July 2009
Unfair competition in business can result to economic injury which can amount to millions or even billions of dollars. To prevent such unlawful practice, the federal and state law imposes stricter penalties and higher fines for violators. According to ...
Author: Mesriani Law Group