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MARCH 1, 2011 The Top Five Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Learn About IP Law
In many cases, startup founders could have avoided expensive, thorny legal problems with a little information about IP law and some simple precautions. Learn more about IP law if you want to: Make sure your startup owns the intellectual property rights created by its founders, independent contractors, and employees.
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IP LAW FOR STARTUPS IP Class for Women Entrepreneurs Building Scalable Companies
| FRIDAY, JULY 22, 2011
The House:work course will teach women founders
: Critical strategies for designing a House of IP and getting the right type of protection. Some economists estimate that 75% of a scalable company’s value is based on its intellectual property. Consequently, intellectual property protection is the linchpin of a scalable company. Heather N. MORE >>
IP LAW FOR STARTUPS Does Your Startup Own the IP Rights to Work Created by Employees?
| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 2011
’s have shifted tasks – they are no longer burning the midnight oil generating company IP. The following post is by our enthusiastic contributing editor, Heather N. Schafer !!! Congratulations! Your startup has employees! If you are a quick study – you will anticipate that our suggestions involve Contracts! Not Necessarily! MORE >>
IP LAW FOR STARTUPS Part 2 Specific Lessons: What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From the Facebook Ownership Litigation
| THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 2010
In my last post , I gave an overview of the current Facebook ownership litigation in which Paul Ceglia is claiming that he owns 84% of Facebook based on an old software development contract with Facebook’s founder
Mark Zuckerberg. Make sure your company really owns the code provided by the founder
. Here are my top ten lessons. MORE >>
IP LAW FOR STARTUPS The Biggest Startup Blunder: Failing to Secure Ownership of Your Startup’s IP
| FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 2010
The most common, classic mistake that technology startups make is not securing all rights to the intellectual property created for it by its founders
, independent contractors, employees and vendors. And everyone needs to sign one — even company founders
. Especially company founders
. Some are horrific. MORE >>
IP LAW FOR STARTUPS Does Your Startup Really Have the Right to Sell Its Software?
| THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2011
It’s important for startup founders
to learn a little about IP law to protect their hard work and investment and keep them out of legal trouble. Sometimes the founders
just don’t care. A founder
may walk off and assign their IP to another company, like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg did. Of course he got sued. MORE >>
- Why Scalable Companies Should Use Fanciful or Arbitrary Brand Names IP LAW FOR STARTUPS | THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2011
- Does Your Startup Own the Intellectual Property Rights? IP LAW FOR STARTUPS | THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2011
- Don’t Destroy the Value of Your Software IP LAW FOR STARTUPS | FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2011
- new dates for women entrepreneur tele-class IP LAW FOR STARTUPS | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
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