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Intellectual Property
Updated: 3/26/2019
Intellectual Property
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  • Trademark, Copyright, and Patent Law
  • By Davis Hatcher
  • The court protects all kinds of intellectual property. Trademark, copyright, and patent law all fall under the umbrella of intellectual property law.
  • There are different kinds of patents and they last different amounts of time. Design patents are granted protection for 14 years. Others may be longer or shorter.
  • Patent law covers inventions. Someone could patent their inventions so that no one else can make, use, offer for sale, or sell the invention without our permission.
  • Fair Use Doctrine permits limited use of copyrighted material without having to first acquire permission from the copyright holder.
  • Examples of trademarks include brand names, logos, and slogans. These things are used to identify and distinguish the source of goods.
  • These rights include the right to reproduce the work, to distribute copies, and to display the work publicly.
  • A copyright is a collection of rights automatically vested to you once you have created an original work.
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