Intellectual property laws protect an individual's property interest in their ideas and creativity. The goal of intellectual property rights is to promote creativity by preserving an individual's right to profit from the product of their mind. This section contains articles submitted by attorneys that discuss the main types of intellectual property protections: patents, copyrights and trademarks.
Recent FindLaw Intellectual Property Articles
- How can I protect my trademark?
Provided by: Norred Law PLLC
People should know what they have to prove to show trademark infringement and the remedies available to them when someone infringes on their trademarks. Read More »
- Simple steps to keep Colorado trade secrets safe
Provided by: Martensen IP
Colorado business owners should understand the kind of information that they can protect as trade secrets and how they can keep that information safe. Read More »
- Understanding trade secrets and protections against misappropriation
Provided by: Reminger Attorneys at Law
Trade secrets are an important component to any business—just ask the global iconic Coca-Cola Company. But what exactly encompasses a trade secret? Many people may be surprised to know. Read More »
- How to Stop California Companies from Using Misappropriated Trade Secrets
Provided by: Boyd & Associates APC
There is equitable relief available in California known as an injunction that can stop a company from using your misappropriated trade secrets. Read More »
- Are uniform trade secret laws on the horizon?
Provided by: Baucom, Claytor, Benton, Morgan & Wood, P.A.
There is talk about a federalized trade secret law, which could be on the horizon. Read More »