When most people think of "property," they imagine something tangible, such as real estate, jewelry, or computers. But intellectual property confers legal rights in intangible form. The three primary types of intellectual property are copyrights, trademarks, and patents. Each of these protect very different types of work, and it is important to learn the differences between them before determining whether you might qualify for protection.
Which Protection Do I Need: Patent, Copyright, or Trademark?
Learn how patents, copyrights, and trademarks serve different purposes.
Hiring an Entertainment Lawyer
At some point in your entertainment career, you may find yourself sitting in an attorney’s waiting room preparing to hire someone who charges more per hour than you earn earn in one night.
If you need an attorney to help protect your invention, this is the place to start.
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