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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

What to Do If You Receive a Cease and Desist Letter

25th May 2010
The mail comes and you notice a letter from a law firm you do not recognize. As you open the letter you hope for the best but you are nervous in anticipation of what the letter says. You read the opening paragraph of the letter: "We represent the ABC ... Read >
Author: The Trademark Company

THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF PATENT CLAIMS

24th July 2009
There are many different types of claims of a patent application. Some patent claims are about the type of invention. There are apparatus claims, method or process claims, claims to designs, chemical composition, etc. There are also claims which are r... Read >
Author: sbbarca

Protecting Goodwill and Reputation of a Business in the UK: The Law of Passing Off

16th July 2008
Introduction An action for passing off is made out when a person makes a misrepresentation which is calculated to deceive and cause damage to the business or goodwill of the other person, and that other person has accumulated goodwill in respect to the... Read >
Author: Leigh Ellis

Trademark Infringement: The Basics

25th May 2007
A trademark is an identifier-a "word, name, symbol, device," or some combination thereof-that informs consumers of the source of particular goods, distinguishing one merchant's goods from those manufactured or sold by another. 15 U.S.C. Section 1127. It m... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

How To Remedy Infringement of Contract Agreement?

31st March 2007
Violation of contract agreement has always been a universal and familiar starting place of disputes and conflicts. As contract may take various forms and may even be entered into by the parties verbally, agreements embodied therein are indeed very suscept... Read >
Author: John Luke Matthews
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