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The Difference Between Assigning and Licensing Intellectual Property

08th July 2010
Do you know the difference between assigning and licensing a patent? If not, here are some basic guidelines to these principles. The main difference between assigning a patent and licensing a patent is important. Assigning IP Rights is basically selling ... Read >
Author: Optimize4you

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... Read >
Author: Optimize4you

Got Subcontractors? Protect Your Interests with a Subcontractor Agreement

01st October 2009
It's hard to find a talented independent contractor you can trust to represent your company when working with a client. Once you do find a good one, however, it's a person that you want to keep on your team for future projects. The downside is, your favor... Read >
Author: Jim Cochran

Turning a great movie idea into a script treatment

12th May 2009
There are reasons for writing a treatment or outline based on your brilliant original movie idea. Simply put a movie idea or concept cannot be copyrighted. Idea theft isn't widespread in the movie business, but there is always that remote possibility some... Read >
Author: Sid Kali

Do You Need Permission to Use That Quote in Your Book?

26th August 2007
As you write your own book, you may find you want to use material that has been previously published. You might want to cite a research study, or use a quote from a famous person. In some situations, you are free to do that, but in many others you have to... Read >
Author: Gail Richards
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