Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights

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MOVE FROM CREATING TO PROTECTING


PROTECTING YOUR INVENTION

Patenting your invention will help prevent others from practicing what you invented.

PROTECTING YOUR BRAND

Trademarks can be used to strengthen and protect your brand in the marketplace.

PROTECTING YOUR CREATIVITY

Copyright registration will provide additional rights including the right to bring suit against infringers in Federal Courts.

INFORMATION FOR START-UPS

FOOD-AG-IDEAS WEEK

On December 3-10, 2020, the third annual Food, Ag, Ideas Week will take place.  This event is intended for farmers, growers, entrepreneurs, innovators, investors, and academics. …

FIFTH ANNUAL WOMEN INNOVATORS CONFERENCE

November 16, 2020  The Women Innovators Conference will be held on November 16th as a virtual event.  You can register at this link: INNOVATE!!! This conference is for students,…

October 27th Veterans Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program

On October 27, from 1-3:45 p.m. ET, the USPTO is offering a free online program for veterans, where independent inventors, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and intellectual…

October 7th Hispanic Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program

Don’t miss the USPTO’s free, online Hispanic Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, a chance for independent inventors, entrepreneurs, small business owners, and intellectual…

USEFUL RESOURCES FROM THE RECENT GROW NORTH SEMINAR ON E-COMMERCE

On August 26th Grow North featured a number of businesses that can help move your business forward.  Although the seminar was directed to food and agriculture-based businesses,…

Your invention deserves more than a Blue Light Special

If you were a brain surgeon, and I came to you because I needed help, and you told me that my procedure would cost $20,000, what would you think if I said, “Thank you very much,…

CONTACT US

Do not provide any trade secret or confidential information in the message section of this form. Simply indicate the area of intellectual property (patents, trademarks or copyrights) about which you have a question.  No attorney client relationship will be established until a written agreement has been signed by both parties.