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Stop Making These Assumptions About Your Patents, Trademarks and Copyrights!

Posted by Invention101 on September 28, 2016 in patent, Trademark |

You know what they say about assumptions, right?  You make an #$@.. You get my point!  Well, keep reading so you don’t make assumptions that can jeopardize your patent, trademark or copyright rights.  First, there’s no percent rule! Congratulations on your invention but never ask a patent attorney, what percent you need to change an invention […]

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Setting Realistic Expectations When You Contact an IP Attorney

Posted by Invention101 on April 12, 2016 in periscope, social media, Trademark |

Do you know what to expect when you call an IP attorney? Have you established an attorney-client relationship to ensure your discussions are confidential? Are you ready to pay them for their time? Enjoy this presentation shown live on Periscope and learn more about setting realistic expectations!

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WHY SHOULD YOU HIRE A TRADEMARK ATTORNEY?

Posted by Invention101 on September 4, 2015 in Trademark |

Congratulations! You provide a service or have a product and now you’re ready to protect your brand. You’ve heard people mention to you that you should trademark your brand but you’re not exactly sure what protection the trademark will give you and what even qualifies as a trademark. That uncertainty is a critical reason why […]

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Protecting Your Domain Name

Posted by Invention101 on September 2, 2015 in Trademark |

Owning a domain name does not necessarily mean that you own the trademark and vice versa. A domain name is your web address e.g. www.evansiplaw.com. Owning a domain name does not necessarily give you trademark rights and vice versa. If the domain name is only used as an Internet address, it will not be qualify […]

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