Tag Archives: Intellectual Property

Is Your Community Violating Copyright Law By Photocopying Documents To Comply with A Public Records Request?

Recently, a community we represent faced an interesting dilemma. A developer submitted certain architectural drawings and documents related to a project as part of the permitting process and demanded confidentiality stating that the prints were copyrighted and provided a competitive edge to it …

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Cincy Magazine Ask the Expert

Question What are some of the things my company should or should not do to protect the value of its trademark? Answer Use trademarks as adjectives, not as nouns and verbs. Ensure consistent rendition in each instance of use e.g. font, style, …

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An Overview of Non-Patent Intellectual Property

Introduction Intellectual property laws in the United States are divided into at least three main groups: (1) patent law, (2) trademark and unfair competition law, and (3) copyright law. The body of law that protects your company’s logo is trademark and …

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An Overview of Intellectual Property Law For Engineers

INTRODUCTION The principles of intellectual property are easy to understand but difficult to apply. Intellectual property laws in the United States are divided into at least three main groups: (1) patent law, (2) trademark and unfair competition law, and (3) …

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