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Trademark Opposition: What You Need to Know

A trademark opposition is a legal challenge to the right to register a particular trademark, which is instituted by filing a notice of opposition with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (Board). The notice of opposition must be filed within ...
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Inventor Support Groups in Arizona

Due to the fear of a great idea being stolen, inventors may feel like the road to creation is a lonely one.  Specifically in Arizona, there are a few organizations that aim to provide inventors with a sense of camaraderie, ...
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Do I Need to Patent, Copyright, or Trademark My Idea?

As Thomas Edison said, “to invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.”  Intellectual property has been a major catalyst of progress for American society and economics.  Current intellectual property law originated out of the early patent ...
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Why Do I Need an Attorney to File a Patent?

It’s true; you do have the option of filing a patent directly with the federal government if you are filing in the United States. However, filing a patent without the assistance and knowledge of a certified patent lawyer can be ...
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Can Digital Products Be Re-Sold?

This is a question that was recently sparked by an October filing against start-up company, ReDigi by Capital Records, a subset of music giant, EMI. ReDigi was launched in October 2011 and describes itself as the “first legal marketplace for ...
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