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Why It’s Important to Have a Patent Portfolio Review

An individual’s or business’s ideas, inventions, and creative endeavors are protected by the U.S. Constitution and ensuing legislation regarding trademarks, copyrights, and patents. However, only obtaining official protection through the legal system can sometimes expose you to infringement and illegal reproduction if you fail to exercise due diligence.
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Trademark Infringement vs. Trademark Dilution

A trademark is a valuable asset to a company. Unfortunately, many businesses are vulnerable to trademark infringement. Infringement, however, is not the only threat that your company may be facing. Some businesses may also be at risk of becoming victims of trademark dilution.
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Patents vs. Trademarks vs. Copyrights

Patents, trademarks, and copyrights are vital intellectual property (IP) tools used by individuals and businesses to distinguish their brands and protect their original works and ideas.
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The Importance of a Prototype

Inventors and designers seeking to patent their creations often ask whether it is necessary to submit a prototype with their application to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The answer is generally no, though a prototype may help satisfy the agency’s requirement that patent applications be as detailed and thorough as possible.
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Reasons a Patent May Be Denied

In Fiscal Year 2021, ending September 30, 2021, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) received 650,654 patent applications, down about 3,000 from the year before. In the same year, the USPTO granted 374,006 patents.
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Do More Than Just Patenting Your $1,000,000 Idea to Get Started

Brilliant ideas can come out of nowhere like a bolt of lightning as you consider an unmet consumer need, or they can gradually develop as a result of years of hard work and professional expertise. Once you have the idea for an incredible product, getting a patent may seem like the most important step to take, but it’s not the only step in the complicated process of turning an idea into a money-making product.
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