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Million Dollar Baby: Licensing Terms to Protect Your Ideas

USA - July 9 2018 You have an idea, a million dollar invention! You have applied for and received a patent to protect that invention, but now what? One way to make...


Legal Essentials: How to Select a Trademark for your Business

USA - June 22 2018 Planning on starting your own business? One of the first things that you should do is select a trademark. A trademark can be anything from a logo, to...

John W. Mashni, Deanna Swisher, Michael C. Zahrt, Julie LaVille Hamlet, Taylor A. Gast, Joshua K. Richardson, David Nows, Katila Howard, Emily R. Wisniewski, Joel C. Farrar, Nicholas M. Oertel, Jean G. Schtokal, Mindi M. Johnson.


Supreme Court Examines Where Proper Venue Lies for Patent Infringement Lawsuit

USA - May 23 2017 The Supreme Court recently decided a case involving the patent venue statute 28 U. S. C. 1400(b). The case, TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods Group Brands...


Does my small business need to protect its intellectual property?

USA - October 21 2015 There are four basic kinds of intellectual property that you can protect: trademarks, copyrights, patents and trade secrets. At the very early stages...

John W. Mashni.


Patent basics

USA - August 21 2015 So you just had a Eureka moment and your epiphany is going to make you millions as soon as it hits shelves. Learn more about patent basics in this...