WELCOME TO US PATENT LAW BLOG
Patents protect inventions
Trademarks protect brand names
Copyright protects works of art.
OUR RECENT WORKS
LATEST BLOG POST
To get a patent on an invention in the United States, an inventor must file a patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark
A trademark is something that a producer of products uses to brand the product is sells in the market place. Traditionally a trademark is thought
A copyright grants its owner the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, display, perform, transmit and make derivative copies based on the original copyrighted work. If
A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted to the inventor of a new invention. The steps that an inventor follows to gain a
A trademark is something that the producer of a product uses to distinguish its products from competitors' products. The association that consumers make between a
Copyright law is intended to reward creative people for their hard work. Copyright law in the United States protects original works of authorship fixed in
A patent is a set of exclusive rights granted to the inventor of a new invention. A patent is not automatically granted to an inventor.
Trademark law is intended to protect consumers from being tricked into buying inferior quality goods. A trademark is something that a manufacturer uses to brand