If patent owner unreasonable delays filing lawsuit, patent infringer can escape
A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted to an inventor of an invention. To be granted a patent an inventor must file a patent application which demonstrates the invention is worthy of patent
A trademark can be just about anything that a company uses to distinguish their products in the marketplace from competitors products. Words, short phrases and symbols are the most common types of trademarks but it
Copyright is a set of exclusive rights granted to the author of a new work. In the United States the law protects software as if it was a literary work. A programmer that creates a
A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted by a government to the inventor of an invention. To be granted a patent an inventor must demonstrate that the invention is worthy of a patent.
Trademark law in the United States is intended to protect consumers from inferior quality products. When a company uses a trademark on products, the company is granted certain exclusive rights to the trademark. Registering the trademark
Copyright is an exclusive set of rights granted to the creator of a new artistic work. When an artist, such as a musician, writes a new piece of music or records a new song, the
A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted to the inventor of an invention by a government. To be granted a patent the inventor must show that their invention is new, novel and not