Beyond Patents and Trademarks
In the contemporary world, IP is an essential asset that embraces ideas or works of intelligence from invention through art to symbolism and signs. Patents and trademarks are widely known forms of IP protection; however, they convey much more than the conventional pathways.
The article reveals the less-known aspects of IP protection that are important when protecting inventive art products. When we explore these lesser-known elements, we discover that the whole terrain of IP protection is complex, with various ways of securing ideas. Read more