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Protecting inventions internationally: Patent law

When you came up with your latest invention, you knew right away that you had to protect it. It could be life-changing for you and your company if you can manage to keep it protected under law. You don't want to see someone else create it and cost you thousands upon thousands of dollars in potential profits.

Provisional patents can help you protect your inventions

You've been working on your invention for years. No one else has produced anything like it, and you want to make sure you get an application in for a patent as soon as you can. Your prototypes aren't finalized, but you have a good idea about how everything should work. What can you do?

What can you get a patent for?

When you have products that you want to protect, you may want to consider getting a patent. Certain items, like electronic devices or some kinds of plants, could be patented if they meet the criteria set by the government.

International patents: The right steps protect your property

The Patent Cooperation Treaty is an important international patent law. It allows individuals to file an international application for a patent as long as they are living in a country that was part of the Paris Convention of the Protection of Industrial Property in 1883. While that convention ended in 1970, it was later amended and modified, so it's still used today.

Patent infringement: You can fight it and recover your losses

You have patents on all your most important goods. You've been selling them for years, and the patents you have protect your products from being copied by others. Despite that, you've recently seen a few companies put out similar items. One of your old employees works at one of those companies now, so you have an idea about how they got the information they have now on how to recreate your product.

SCOTUS to hear case against "patent trolls"

The patent and intellectual property arenas are difficult ones, even for attorneys. It is sometimes hard to understand exactly what protections and rights preexisting patents, trademarks and copyrights bestow. Some uses are acceptable, while others are not. In some instances, it is proper to seek judicial relief against intellectual property violations, but other times such action is borderline frivolous.

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