As a creative professional, you have a responsibility to protect your intellectual property and your financial rights. Whether you are an author, a designer or some other form of creator, it is important to know how patent and copyright law work.
Whether you are an inventor wondering how to patent an idea, an entrepreneur ready to patent an idea or a business owner looking for the intellectual property protection a patent can provide, you probably have a lot of questions.
From the wheel to the telephone to the automobile, inventions have been changing the world since the dawn of humankind. In the modern world of the 21st century, inventors are still making waves and changing society - and getting rich in the process.
People have been inventing things for thousands of years and people have been investing in things for about as long. Inventors have been creating new inventions for the consumer market for about the last 100 years or more because of the growing consumer market. In the last 50 years there has been an explosion with the population and its needs and wants for making and buying things that are less expensive, easier, faster, and better.
Whether you have just finished the great American novel or finally completed a training manual on your company's proprietary software, it is important to protect your work the right way. If you are an inventor, you know how important it is to protect your great idea with a patent, but did you realize that copyright protection can be just as important?
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