Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property (IP) is an idea made real. The tangible items or assets are owned by the creator. The items can be an original idea, or an improvement to some else’s idea. As long as the item is something you can touch, see, hear, or feel, including emotion it should be protected as any other piece of property should be protected from unauthorized use. PATENTS (utility patents, design patents and plant patents), TRADEMARKS, TRADE SECRETS and COPYRIGHTS are the tools that can be used to protect your IP. Even more info…

About Richard Krouch

Richard Krouch is a Sr. Software Developer and has developed many applications and web sites.
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