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You Can Take Steps to Protect your Intellectual Property in China

While most reporting on the U.S.-China trade war has focused on the U.S. imposition of tariffs on Chinese goods in response to what the U.S. Government calls China’s “unfair trade practices,” what often gets buried in the ongoing kerfuffle are the details—namely, what are those unfair trade practices? According to the Business Roundtable, an association …

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When You’re Dealing with AI, Who Owns the Intellectual Property?

While Intellectual Property (IP) law is already quite complicated, especially when international boundaries are concerned, with the advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI), IP law promises to become even more complex. For example, when AI is involved in an inventive or creative process, who holds the IP rights to that work? Can AI hold a copyright …

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Entering the US Market? Due Diligence Pays Off

When entering the US market, non-US companies and entrepreneurs need to understand whether and/or how their products or services might infringe upon the intellectual property rights of those already operating in the United States. Remember, intellectual property (IP) relates to copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets, and violating the IP rights of someone else (or …

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Does Your Intellectual Property Constitute Copyright, Trademark, or Trade Secret Material?

If you or your company is thinking of entering the US market, you should familiarize yourself with what constitutes copyright, trademark, or trade secret material, and what is protected/not protected within each Intellectual Property (IP) category in the United States. Doing so will go a long way to preventing you from unintentionally violating the IP …

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You’ve Received a Cease and Desist Letter: Now What?

When foreign and overseas companies and individual’s doing business in the United States fail to do due diligence on their intellectual property assets before introducing them into U.S. markets, they run the risk of legal action from U.S.-based companies who believe their intellectual property rights have been infringed. Often, the first inkling of such legal …

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