How Can You Legally Protect Your Intellectual Property?

Posted on: 8 August 2019
When you create your own product or idea, you need to take steps to protect it so no one else attempts to use it. Here are some different legal methods you can use to protect your intellectual property: Copyright  A copyright is typically used with an artistic production or another creative work. A copyright grants you the right to distribute your work to those you choose. You can copyright a number of properties, including books, paintings, computer programs, and internet publications.
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3 Types Of Compensation You Can Get After A Car Accident

Posted on: 9 July 2019
After you have been in a car accident, you don't have to accept the consequences of what happened to you without adequate compensation. If you suffered physical injuries, pain, and suffering, you don't have to just deal with it. You can work with an attorney and sue the driver who caused the accident and their insurance provider in order to get the compensation you need to move on with your life.
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What New Small Business Owners Need To Understand About Design Patents

Posted on: 11 June 2019
If your new small business hopes to design products for mass production and resale, then it's important you understand about design patents. To have a long-term business, you will need to obtain patents for each product you design. Why Your Small Business's Design Requires a Patent One of the biggest issues facing product inventors is the large upfront cost of producing the end product for retailers to sell. For example, what happens if your new widget becomes the next big thing with teenagers and retailers order millions of units for immediate delivery?
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When It's No Accident: Intentional Torts

Posted on: 27 March 2019
You may have considered taking a person to court for being a careless driver or if you are bitten by a dog. Those incidents – and most personal injury situations – are accidents. No one intended to sideswipe you or make you slip and fall in their store. As long as it's an accident, it falls into a different category than an intentional tort. Read on to find out more about this unique category of personal injury law.
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