Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual property law 

Posted by on Dec 29, 2015 in Intellectual Property Law, Estate Planning | Comments Off on Intellectual property law 

Intellectual property law

This law is created to protect property that developed from some kind of intellectual labor. Owners of the property are protected by the legal system. Patents, copyrights and trademarks protect intellectual property and by the law the owners of intellectual property can expect some financial compensations for their work. Patents protect new innovations of touchable matters, copyrights protect for example some written and creative expressions while trademarks protect some name or symbol that is related to product or the goods  you can find out more here .

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Gavel-Law-Vector-PNG-03355Copyright: by copyright law is considered all of creative work like painting, movies, book, software, writings, architecture, photos, dance and music and they are protected by federal law. Every work must fulfil some demands to gain protection of copyright law. The extent of protection can also vary depending on when is it created or how old it is.

Trademark: every symbol, slogan or sigh that distinguish some product or service falls under protection of federal and state trademark laws. We are all familiar with brand names like Nike, Microsoft, Apple and etc. Their brand names are protected with trademark laws and by them they are distinguished around world. Trademarks get different levels of protection which depends on many things, like how much costumers are aware of the product, type of the product and geographic area of the product.

Patents: they give investors the right to use their innovations in the market or they can transfer the right on the patent on someone else and get financial benefit for that. Patents rights are usually valid for 20 years. Patents can be considered new machines, manufactured goods or technological improvements.

Right or privacy: even though this is not the part of intellectual property, this right means that every human has the right to be left alone and that no one has the permission to publish some personal information about some other person without its consent. Some of this information on this  site here

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