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Take protective measures and find out how enforcement actions can provide your businesss relief.
Dealing with legalities like copyright and trademarks can be a confusing (and costly) matter for entrepreneurs. Our expert attorney Doug Wolf provides some insight into this gray area.
While patent attorneys can be costly, they can help protect your ideas and work, which can save you money down the road.
Your name is your brand, so it's important to protect it. Oh, and it's the law.
Attorney Doug Wolf wants to answer your big startup questions about trademarks, copyright, due diligence and working with venture groups.
When it was announced that Sochi would be the home of the 2014 Olympics, the International Olympic Committee jumped into motion, filing numerous trademark applications to protect the Olympic brand. While your startup doesn't have the global presence of the Olympics, here are some tips on how to protect your brand.
Whether they know it or not, almost all startups possess some sort of intellectual property. Here are a few ways to protect these IP secrets.
FiftyThree, which created its own award-winning app entitled Paper in 2012, may take legal action against Facebook for its much-ballyhooed new reader app of the same name.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has approved a trademark claim filed by the social game company, King. Now, Apple is notifying app developers in breach of the ruling.
Scottevest has recorded steady revenue growth, expecting to finish 2013 with sales of $10 million.
Our expert attorney Peter Buckland discusses how startups should go about divulging startup secrets to investors, business partners and others.
The founder of S.W. Basics delves into why her company changed its name and the time-saving rebranding tips she learned along the way.
Your idea isn't the only thing that needs protection. Your name, your logo, your images and your sounds--are the intellectual property that makes your business your own.
When it comes to copyright, how savvy are you? Here are the biggest misconceptions business-owners have about using copyrighted material.