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Tag Archives: Intellectual Property
Photographers Are Especially Vulnerable To Theft Of Their Work
Unfortunately, artists of all types have their work wrongfully copied and used without their consent on a regular basis, and in this age of Internet and Instagram, photographers can be especially …
USPTO Extends Certain Responsive Filing Deadlines to June 1, 2020Responsive filings due between and inclusive of March 27 and May 31, 2020 are extended to June 1, 2020.
The new notices supersede the previously posted:
- “Notice of Waiver of
Do You Have 2020 IP Vision?
If you own a business, you use intellectual property (IP), whether it is your own or someone else’s. Your 2020 IP goals should include: 1) determine what IP you own and how/if you are …
False Advertising is the use of false, misleading, or unproven information to advertise products to consumers.
Basics: In the United States, the federal government regulates advertising through the FTC, and additionally permits private litigation through various statutes, most notably …
Copyright Basics: A copyright is a form of protection provided for “original works of authorship” …
As I stated in the first post of this series, in business, imitation is NOT the sincerest or highest form of flattery; it is someone stealing from you!! Have you found a unique way to solve a problem or improve …
Can filing a patent application be a SMART goal in 2017?
Yes, it can. Filing a patent application is a Specific action that is Measurable; you get a formal filing receipt indicating that your application fulfilled all the …
by Kathleen Kuznicki, Esq.
Businesses work very hard on establishing their brand identity. That includes coming up with a name to communicate the value of their product or service to customers, as well as a logo to visually connect with …
I work with businesses and individuals to maximize protection of their own intellectual property, and to minimize risk with regards to others’ intellectual property. Intellectual Property refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic …
Kathleen Kuznicki recently spoke with Butler County Business Matters reporter, Dave Means, about the impact of 3-D printers on businesses and individuals with regard to intellectual property rights. In the article Kathleen explains how reproducing designs that are easily found …