What is copyright infringement? As a general matter, copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner. Since you use the poem in a way that you are making...Read more »
I do not know, but it is almost guaranteed that any company that supplies its products around the globe would have some sort of a protection on its products. Please do not copy it for your line of beverages without checking with your intellectual property attorney.
Sorry, but you cannot patent a mere idea. You need to have an actual invention.
Once you do have the invention (see your patent attorney what the difference between an invention and a mere idea is), then you need to figure out how you are going to make money on it. That is the hard part.
I have seen this sort of question floating around. It is based on a misperception on how patents work. Lots of people get named on a patent as an inventor as that is required by the US Constitution. But that does not mean that the person owns the patent or gets any profits from the patent....Read more »
Now my nonprofit organization I've owned since 2007 the name of it is Hurley paranormal out of West Texas and her leaving my last name as a trademark but with these new business cards made 3D and digital is there anyway I can get a patent on that or is they already done this
When the trial court instructs the jury "before you can find the defendant guilty of murder under this theory you must find the defendant committed the offense of felonious assault, which is knowingly causing serious physical harm?"
I do not know what happened but your question has been sent out to patent attorneys. Most patent attorney focus on helping businesses and inventors obtain patents and will not have the information you seek.
I suggest that you repost your question to go to criminal law attorneys.
The ownership of a patent can change over time. The patent when it is issued can show the current assignee. However, the patent as issued does not get reprinted when the patent is assigned to another owner.
There is a USPTO database where patent owners can register the assignments and...Read more »
Your question was posted as a patent (invention) question for Pennsylvania. You won't find any good answers there. You need to ask the question again and say that your question is for "real estate law" for the US Territory of Puerto Rico (the territories are listed after the...Read more »
You can't reinstate old patent. Here is the idea behind patents: the inventor discloses his invention to the public, and in turn the public (via the government) allows the inventor to keep others from making or using his invention for a limited time. After the limited time expires,...Read more »
You may need to work with a patent attorney to fully answer this question. As a start, a Ronald Carter is a named inventor for US PAT. NO. US10949153B2 for Methods and systems for facilitating the generation of a customized response based on a context. The text of that patent indicates that...Read more »
I'm looking to build my own self-stabilizing skateboard (one wheel). Do I infringe on future motion's patents by doing so? I'm gonna develop the technology myself, although the premises will be similar to those of the... Read more »
I am pleased that you care about avoiding the patent rights of others. However, the short answer is that there is no way to give you a useful answer in this forum. This question requires that someone with the right skills look in great detail at what has been claimed and what you propose to do....Read more »
Our tech uses similar electronics to patent #20210022609, with the addition of piezoelectric power supply. This is our first experience of IP law as a start-up so I would be grateful for a run-through of the legal processes required.
-Would be possible to develop similar tech for market... Read more »
we have made few modifications in NA fixator to make it easy and effective to use as distractor for closed IL nailing of femur and tibia and want to get its patent number but dont know the procedure, pl guide
Is your smart mirror your invention or did you just make small modifications to an existing product? If you made some modifications to an existing product, is that product patented? If so, it is best to consult an attorney, who can review the patented product, and advise you on whether your...Read more »
It's possible that the teaching or learning methods, course materials, or other aspects of your project are patentable. Various aspects of may also be protectible under copyright laws. Another issue to consider is whether your employer or others may have rights in any intellectual property...Read more »
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