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How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

The Startup Magazine

They simply didn’t take the proper steps to protect its intellectual property. If you aren’t sure whether you’re sitting on intellectual property, it helps to understand what intellectual property actually means. Think about intellectual property as anything you’d want to copyright, trademark, or patent.

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6 Due Diligence Concerns Before Outside Contracting

Startup Professionals Musings

Recently, I’ve seen a lot of discussion about bringing the work back home, since costs have gone up in less-developed countries, there are issues with intellectual property, and time zone and language differences make management difficult. Keep intellectual property keys in-house.

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Startup Strategies: The Strategic and Financial Significance of Intellectual Property

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A collection of studies spanning over 20 years of data published earlier this year by the European Patent Office (EPO) and European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), (Report), examined the role of intellectual property rights in a startup’s success.

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3 Key Examples of Intellectual Property In Canada

YoungUpstarts

Ensuring your intellectual property is protected is not always the easiest of processes if you are unfamiliar with intellectual property (IP) law. The post 3 Key Examples of Intellectual Property In Canada appeared first on Young Upstarts.

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Nuts & Bolts of Intellectual Property for New Startups

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Having covered all the bases to ensure that your corporate name is available, the domain name can be acquired, and the name doesn’t infringe any existing trademarks (as we discussed last week ), now is a good time to look at the categories of intellectual property (IP) that are relevant to most startups. Intellectual property.

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6 Realities To Evaluate Your Outsourcing Alternatives

Startup Professionals Musings

Recently, I’ve seen a lot of discussion about bringing the work back home, since costs have gone up in less-developed countries, there are issues with intellectual property, and time zone and language differences make management difficult. Keep intellectual property keys in-house.

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Battling Big Business Bullies On The IP Playground: Minimizing The Risk Of Intellectual Property Litigation

YoungUpstarts

Intellectual property (IP), which is often the heart of a startup’s business strategy, constitutes a small subset of those legal rights. The four types of intellectual property are trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and patents. Trademarks are an easily recognizable form of intellectual property.