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Definitions of Intellectual Property

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OVERVIEW Patents: Patents protect new inventions such as a new mouse trap or a new pharmaceutical. Patent law gives a patent owner the right to exclude everyone else from making, using, or selling a…more

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I Cloud Communications v. Apple

Complaint (Reverse Confusion)

This action seeks preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, monetary relief, and attorneys’ fees based on Apple’s i) federal unfair competition and false designation of origin in violation of § 43 of the Lanham Act, 15…more

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I HAVE A TRADEMARK, HOW DO I EVICT THE CYBERSQUATTER FROM MY DOMAIN NAME?

The domain name business remains rough-and-tumble. Little consideration goes into the niceties of paying attention to trademark rights. If you have a federally registered trademark and don't already have a corresponding domain…more

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You Have a Great New Idea for an Invention...Now What?

Most people, including most patent attorneys, will tell you that the first thing you need to do is go get a patent. That’s wrong. But to explain why it’s wrong, we first need to talk about what a patent gives you and what…more

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U.S. Patent No....

U.S. Patent No. 7,481,835--Encapsulated covered stent

This disclosure provides a description of medical devices with polymeric cobwebbing disposed near the surfaces of the medical device. This cobwebbing can contain drug(s) and can enhance the mechanical and chemical function of…more

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