Category: Trademark law

Intellectual Property Practices and the Different Applications that Get You There

No matter whether you need a copyright, patent, or trademark, there is a series of action that needs to be taken to gain intellectual property rights. Intellectual property practices can be a time-consuming application, especially when you desire a patent for an item that you have developed.

Intellectual Property Practices: Copyright and Plagiarism

One basic intellectual property rule involves plagiarism, especially regarding any content that has been published in any location. Plain and simple, it means that published content can only be published once by a single author, and if anyone else attempts to copy and publish that text as their own, then copyright law has been broken.
For a work to be officially copyrighted, there is still legal action that needs to be taken to own a piece of work. This could include copyrighting the title to a book or paper so that as the author you have to be cited when your copy, title, or content is referred to in someone else’s work

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