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    • 1.

      Intellectual Property Protection In China

      by David Carnes - 2006-11-29
      If imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, then the Chinese can be very sincere flatterers indeed. But if you prefer prosperity over flattery it would be wise to take precautions against l...
    • 2.

      Selecting Business Names and Intellectual Property Law

      by L Ellis - 2006-12-04
      Whether a software license agreement is properly constructed for a transaction depends on a range of factors. Of course, management of intellectual property rights for the copyright owner is a key are...
    • 3.

      Where the Law is Headed in 2007

      by Gerard Simington - 2006-12-22
      As we approach the end of December, it is time to open gifts and start thinking about 2007. So, what can we expect in the legal field next year?Predicting practically anything in the future is a risky...
    • 4.

      5 Ways to Protect Your Idea-for Less than $30

      by Dan Stalfire - 2007-01-19
      For all of the people out there who can't afford the $5,000 for a patent this book is for you. Even if you can afford the cost and you would just like to add some extra protection you have come to the...
    • 5.

      Intellectual Property - How Much do you Know?

      by Jesper Yeoh - 2007-01-21
      Intellectual property is an ancient principle. Not true. Intellectual property is an explicitly modern notion, having made its debut quite recently. The first patent law was enacted in 1623, and the ...
    • 6.

      Where the Law is Headed in 2007?

      by Gerard Simington - 2006-12-21
      As we approach the end of December, it is time to open gifts and start thinking about 2007. So, what can we expect in the legal field next year?Where the Law is Headed in 2007?Predicting practicall...
    • 7.

      How "Work For Hire" Laws Protect You When You Hire a Ghostwriter

      by Charles Brown - 2007-02-11
      Some people are interested in jumping on the article marketing bandwagon but lack either the time or writing skills to write their own articles. No problem, hire a ghostwriter.A ghostwriter can write...
    • 8.

      The Difference Between Trade Secrets And Trademarks

      by Gregg Hall - 2007-02-13
      Some people get confused between trade secrets and trademarks. A trademark is something that is publicly recognized and known as being officially associated with a particular company. In contrast a tr...
    • 9.

      Using A Mark You Cannot Trademark-Be Careful

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-02-13
      When coming up with a logo or mark, there are plenty of options. Sometimes, people make a choice that cannot be trademarked and this leads to problems.When you start a business, you probably have visi...
    • 10.

      International Trademarks and the Madrid Protocol

      by Richard Chapo - 2007-02-13
      Protecting your logo and so on with a trademark is a smart move. Ah, but what about protecting it in the United States AND internationally?Filling for a trademark is a smart move for practically any b...