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AI And Intellectual Property

What are the Challenges in Protecting AI-based Innovations and Intellectual Property? Have you ever wondered about the challenges that arise when advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies clash with Intellectual Property (IP) laws? Disputes over ownership of AI-generated works and complex legal issues related to AI inventors can be common in such scenarios. To navigate [...]

2023-09-05T11:28:27+00:00Intellectual Property|

Real Property Vs. Intellectual Property: Understanding The Difference

Protecting intellectual property may sometimes be trickier than protecting the integrity and ownership of real property. Intellectual property (IP) theft, unlawful distribution or use, such as plagiarism, can be harder to prove than the appropriation of real, tangible property due to the nature of intellectual property. Understanding the key characteristics of real property vs. intellectual [...]

Top 10 Reasons to Register Your Trademark

Secure your brand's future success by learning the benefits of trademark registration Registering a trademark is crucial in protecting your brand and establishing legal rights to its exclusive use. Whether you're an entrepreneur, business owner, or creative professional, understanding the reasons to register your trademark is essential for safeguarding your brand and ensuring its [...]

Trademark Registration Questions

Frequently Asked Questions About Trademark Registration If you want to protect the intellectual property of your business, there may be several trademark registration questions you may have in mind regarding the process. A Washington DC intellectual property attorney at War IP Law can be a valuable resource in answering questions on trademark registration and [...]

The Ultimate Timeline: How Long Do IP Rights Last?

The Ultimate Timeline: How Long Do IP Rights Last? According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), copyright, which protects one type of intellectual property (IP), generally remains valid for 70 years after the author dies. Understanding how long copyright and other IP rights last can help individuals and entities prepare for [...]

2023-05-01T12:07:31+00:00Intellectual Property|

Valuation Of Intellectual Property

Valuation Of Intellectual Property   Intellectual property (IP) assets include a variety of non-physical assets, such as patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs, and trade secrets. IP assets can represent a significant portion of a company’s value, and the accurate valuation of intellectual property assets is key in determining the company’s overall value. These valuations can [...]

Challenges Of Selling Intellectual Property Rights

Challenges Of Selling Intellectual Property Rights According to the International Trade Administration, intellectual property (IP) includes an individual’s or entity’s creations, such as images, symbols, logos, art, literature, and inventions. Discovering the challenges that may arise when selling IP rights can help the owners to overcome them. If you have questions about selling intellectual property [...]

2023-03-21T04:18:47+00:00Intellectual Property|

Trademarks And The Metaverse

The metaverse is an emerging sphere of technology that provides businesses with a new way to offer virtual goods and services. This can be a powerful tool for branding and building a business. Like traditional forms of branding, businesses should strongly consider securing trademarks for their metaverse products and services to protect their intellectual property [...]

2023-03-01T15:12:36+00:00Intellectual Property|

Unknown Trademark Dangers

As a business owner, you might be interested in obtaining a trademark to legally protect your company, logo, or slogan. There are, indeed, many benefits to obtaining a trademark. However, many individuals are unaware of unknown trademark dangers. The experienced intellectual property lawyers at War IP Law PLLC can explain your options and ensure you [...]

2023-03-01T15:03:07+00:00Intellectual Property|

Who Should Own the Trademark Application, an Individual or a Company?

When someone completes a trademark application, they must indicate who will own the trademark. Although this application section might seem simple, it is one of the most common incorrect aspects of a trademark application. Correctly listing the owner is vital. Unfortunately, if the applicant does not fill out this section accurately, they run the [...]

2023-03-06T14:52:50+00:00Intellectual Property|
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