https://www.amazon.com/Sell-Your-Ideas-Without-Patent/dp/1507885733/ A patent is not required to license a simple product idea. Stephen Key and Andrew Krauss, cofounders of inventRight, have developed a strategy for licensing ideas without a patent. Speed to market is crucial! You can't afford to wait for a patent to issue to start making moves. Learn how 99% of their students license ideas without a patent. Want to learn how to license your ideas without a patent? Stephen's book Sell Your Ideas With or Without a Patent explains exactly how to do that. Pick up a copy here: http://amzn.to/1T1dOU2. New to licensing? Read Stephen's bestselling book One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work (http://amzn.to/1LGotjB) inventRight is a one-on-one coaching program that helps people license their ideas founded by Stephen Key and Andrew Krauss in 2001. Visit http://www.inventright.com for more information and to become their student. Call #1-800-701-7993 to set up an appointment with Andrew or another member of the inventRight team to discuss how they can help you license your ideas.
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Learn the 3 common reasons people get sued on Amazon (and how to avoid them). ►► Free $10,000/Month ebook: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step ►► 7 Things to Do BEFORE Selling on Amazon: https://youtu.be/66eeFdjzsQU ►► How to Not Get Sued When Dropshipping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtEkAyKapds When selling on Amazon, there a 3 common reasons that people find themselves getting sued. Here is how to avoid them: #1: Your Product Hurts Someone (Or Property) & They Sue You For Damages If your product hurts someone, then they could potentially sue you for damages. This is particularly relevant in the USA which doesn’t have a public healthcare system, and the USA is the biggest online marketplace for Amazon. This is why Amazon requires that, if for 3 months, your sales exceed $10,000 in revenue, you are required to get insurance for at least $1,000,000 in coverage. Prior to this though, Amazon does not require you to get insurance. The easiest way to safeguard yourself against getting sued for this is to avoid products that are a potential risk. Anything that includes blades, heating elements or sharp edges is going to have a higher risk over simple items (the example used in this video of a “simple item” is a headphone case). This also has the advantage that insurance for “simple items” is going to cost less than for riskier items. If you start out with a simple, less risky item, you’ll also be able to lower the cost of insurance for future “riskier” items by consolidating insurance (the more items you have insured, the cheaper it usually is to insure them as there is a discount). #2: Your Product Contains Trademarks or Copyrighted Images When manufacturing and importing products from China, you are going to have access to a lot of products containing copyrights and trademarks. In the video, the example used is that on Alibaba there are a lot of different items containing Mickey Mouse (the character is protected under both copyright and trademark law). Unfortunately, a lot of people make the mistake of thinking that because companies are producing and selling these items, that they have the right to do so. This is not the case. They aren’t producing/manufacturing because they have the right: they are doing it because they know that they can usually get away with it. Internationally, copyrights are usually honoured. China has also agreed to honour them. However, they are rarely enforced which is why infringement is so rampant (despite being illegal). The reason it is so rarely enforced is because culturally in China, if something is easy to copy and distribute to the masses, this is considered a good thing to do. In the West, the cultural perspective is different: we view that the rights of the individual are more important. So do not import items breaking copyrights/trademarks. Your products will be taken down off of Amazon, and you are risking having legal action taken against you. #3: Your Products Violate Patents Something interesting about patents is there is no such thing as an “international patent.” While countries will usually agree to honour copyrights, there is no protection for trademarks. You need to file your Patents in each individual country. This means that Chinese manufacturers regularly product items that are protected by patents in other countries like the USA. In the video, an example of a product that is patented in the USA is one by Wigzi. It has patented dual dog leashes that contain the following features: * Has the leashes attached to a rotating wheel that is separate from the handle (to stop the dogs getting tangled). * Has individual triggers for each leash, so you can control the length for each one. * Has the leashes colour-coded to match the colours of the triggers. There are several manufacturers on Alibaba that are producing dual leashes that have these exact same features. And as there is no active patent for this style of dog leash in China, they are allowed to sell them. But if you were to import them to the USA and sell them on Amazon.com it would be a big mistake as Wigzi would get your listing taken down, and could potentially sue you. When conducting product research, look to see if there are any other similar items on Amazon listed. If the item has unique features and there are no other products like it listed, there is a good chance that it is patented. You can then go to the website owned by the company listed as the seller and see if they have any patents on their site. Usually, they’ll have them listed very clearly. You can then go to Google patents and check to see if the patent is still active.
Views: 12733 Wholesale Ted
Click here for full course playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7x45KHuu46kNRyey1quSft2GFoz-iJSS Jason Nazar, Founder and CEO of Docstoc, takes on a broad topic that most people over-complicate: starting and running a successful business. He breaks entrepreneurship down into various simple ideas, insights, and self-reflections that will help you get started and follow through with your business. This incredibly comprehensive course will show you how to examine your business idea, pitch to investors, get funding, hire your first employees on a budget, follow in the footsteps of other successful CEOs, court mentors and attract excellent board members, hire an amazing first team, monetize your product, track your revenue, market your product for free, get customers and keep them, and so much more. Start the course, and start your business, today! For more information and resources, be sure to check out http://www.docstoc.com. There you'll have access to an array of valuable tools to help you start and grow a business. And for additional video courses, check out http://www.docstoc.com/courses.
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http://www.evancarmichael.com/support/ - SUPPORT ME :) Like this video? Please give it a thumbs up below and/or leave a comment - Thank you!!! Help me caption & translate this video! http://www.amara.org/en/profiles/videos/Evan%20Carmichael/ Michael: "Ok great, what if you have sex toy? I have a provisional patent on a sex toy I finalizing the utility patent as we speak, my question is how do you prevent them from stealing taking your idea? The reason I'm asking I have a wife that doesn't work and two daughters 6 y/and 3 months, and finishing up my computer science bachelor's degree, I lost retirement and I had to start over again job wise. In American it's the guy with the biggest pocket book that wins over the little guy. I don't have a enough money to get a patent lawyer nor an accountant. I can't get loan for the backing, maybe 120k what's wrong with crowd funding? I 'm looking into indiegogo, and kick-starter, however, kickstarters frowns upon sex toys. Indiegogo is a bit loser in there terms and agreement. At all possible how do I connect you, and I fight a battle that I can't when. And all super possible who should I contact is that adult toy industry J :P"
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In this episode of my digital artist vlog, I'll show you how to copyright and protect your artwork online. First, I'll demonstrate how to use google image search to locate people who are using your artwork without permission. You'll also learn how to copyright the meta data of your artwork and report violators. ► Full Vlog Playlist: http://aaronrutten.link/ArtVlogs • Digital Art Product Reviews: http://aaronrutten.link/Reviews • Digital Art Tutorials For Beginners: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLo_kbikcLfN_P93T3PZZZx9bs_GsNTPEa • Support My Videos with Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/aaronrutten • SUBSCRIBE: http://aaronrutten.link/subscribe • WEBSITE: http://www.aaronrutten.com
Views: 21942 Aaron Rutten
Do companies steal ideas? Do they copy them? Yes, sometimes. Even after having his own invention 'stolen' from him, Stephen doesn't believe this happens often. His perspective is a little different. If you give them an opportunity, companies will try to work around you. In this video, he describes why you shouldn't get overly worked up about that, how to prevent companies from copying your idea, and the role of intellectual property and patents in protecting your invention from copycats. Bringing an invention to market? Let inventRight, the world's leading experts on product licensing, show you how. Co-founded by Stephen Key and Andrew Krauss in 1999, inventRight has since helped people from more than 60 countries license their ideas. Visit http://www.inventright.com for more information and to become their student. Call #1-800-701-7993 to set up an appointment with Andrew or another member of the inventRight team to discuss how we can help you license your ideas. New to licensing? Read inventRight cofounder Stephen Key’s bestselling book “One Simple Idea: Turn Your Dreams Into a Licensing Goldmine While Letting Others Do the Work.” Find it here: http://amzn.to/1LGotjB. Want to learn how to license your product ideas without a patent? Stephen's book “Sell Your Ideas With or Without a Patent” explains exactly how. Find it here: http://amzn.to/1T1dOU2. inventRight, LLC. is not a law firm and does not provide legal, patent, trademark, or copyright advice. Please exercise caution when evaluating any information, including but not limited to business opportunities; links to news stories; links to services, products, or other websites. No endorsements are issued by inventRight, LLC., expressed or implied. Depiction of any trademarks/logos does not represent endorsement of inventRight, LLC, its services, or products by the trademark owner. All trademarks are registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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As it turns out, copyright has a lot less power in the 3D printing space than I thought... Intellectual property has many faces - if you don't know about them, it's trivial to infringe on someone else's rights. Here are the most important things to know about Copyright, Trademarks, Patents and how Open Source fits in. Some models shown by Loubie https://www.youmagine.com/loubie/designs 💙 Buying items through these affiliate links gives me a small kickback without adding any extra costs for you! All details and more links at https://toms3d.org/support-me/ Amazon [🇺🇸 🇩🇪 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇮🇹 🇪🇸 🇫🇷] http://geni.us/bKkJuy eBay [🇺🇸 🇬🇧 🇨🇦 🇦🇺 🇮🇹 🇪🇸 🇫🇷 🇦🇹 🇧🇪 🇨🇭 🇮🇪 🇳🇱] http://geni.us/eSOtG Matterhackers [🇺🇸] https://www.matterhackers.com/?rcode=TSAN86 iGo3D [🇩🇪] https://goo.gl/ROxm6Z Aliexpress [🌐] http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/iMB6emu 🎥 All my video gear https://toms3d.org/my-gear 👐 This video is licensed as Creative Commons Attribution Share-alike thanks to my supporters on Patreon! https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ https://www.patreon.com/toms3dp Certain elements may not be included in the CC-BY-AS license, e.g. third-party images and music. Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Music © Monstercat - http://monstercat.com
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Discover how to protect your next million dollar idea and secure a copyright. Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojug Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojug Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug Watch This and Other Related films here: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-copyright-an-idea
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Knockoffs are everywhere in fashion. So is the controversy they inspire. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Allbirds says Steve Madden copied their sneakers. Gucci says Forever 21 ripped off their green-red-green stripes. Adidas says Zara knocked off their Yeezys. In the Constitution, Congress has the power to stop copying by giving authors and inventors “the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.” But there’s a catch. These protections must “promote the progress” of creative industries. Conventional wisdom holds that copying kills innovation and hurts industry progress. But within the fashion industry, experts like New York University law professor Christopher Sprigman say the ease of copying is actually good for creativity. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com. Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
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Thanks for watching, and subscribe for new videos every weekday! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubToMattSantoro | Podcast: http://bit.ly/SubToMSPodcast Catch up on my latest uploads! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74EgSlmhy6Wavip716_-JRPG&playnext=1&index=2 Watch more: Creepy, Scary, and Chilling Topics! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74HK4A_zHEB-aQLNEErSikq5&playnext=1&index=2 50 Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74Hp_q_-bs6g5Ulju0Lp__Ss&playnext=1&index=2 Mysterious, Cryptic, and Mystical Topics! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74F_S6Jt4inbGZM6kfZ4Y2ar&playnext=1&index=2 Fascinating, Amazing, and Funny Topics! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74GbkIhmSYCfb0Ctc1sl8-v5&playnext=1&index=2 All-Time Most Popular Videos! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74GcJABXEUfqDHSIlBojZZQO&playnext=1&index=2 Follow Fact Maniac for more daily amazing facts! Twitter: http://twitter.com/FactManiac Facebook: http://facebook.com/FactManiac Instagram: http://instagram.com/FactManiac Follow me! Twitter: http://twitter.com/MatthewSantoro Instagram: http://instagram.com/MatthewSantoro Facebook: http://facebook.com/MatthewSantoro Get a copy of my book: http://bit.ly/MindBlownBook Sources https://pastebin.com/TPQTJdyd
Views: 311278 Matthew Santoro
Thanks for watching, and subscribe for new videos every weekday! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubToMattSantoro | Podcast: http://bit.ly/SubToMSPodcast Catch up on my latest uploads! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74EgSlmhy6Wavip716_-JRPG&playnext=1&index=2 Watch more: Creepy, Scary, and Chilling Topics! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74HK4A_zHEB-aQLNEErSikq5&playnext=1&index=2 50 Amazing Facts to Blow Your Mind! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74Hp_q_-bs6g5Ulju0Lp__Ss&playnext=1&index=2 Mysterious, Cryptic, and Mystical Topics! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74F_S6Jt4inbGZM6kfZ4Y2ar&playnext=1&index=2 Fascinating, Amazing, and Funny Topics! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74GbkIhmSYCfb0Ctc1sl8-v5&playnext=1&index=2 All-Time Most Popular Videos! https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLe7K6kDBf74GcJABXEUfqDHSIlBojZZQO&playnext=1&index=2 Follow Fact Maniac for more daily amazing facts! Twitter: http://twitter.com/FactManiac Facebook: http://facebook.com/FactManiac Instagram: http://instagram.com/FactManiac Follow me! Twitter: http://twitter.com/MatthewSantoro Instagram: http://instagram.com/MatthewSantoro Facebook: http://facebook.com/MatthewSantoro Get a copy of my book: http://bit.ly/MindBlownBook Sources https://pastebin.com/mGpiHLu4
Views: 828389 Matthew Santoro
Links at below!! Please 'like' and 'share' this video. The motivation of this video is to share Love across the world. Check out my non-profit AwakeLove.org. We need volunteers and funding. 100% of your donation will be used for current Missions. This will be the submittal process of a Non-Provisional Utility patent. INDEX: (annotations are no longer permitted by youtube) ** Found in Part 1 video ** General discussion of pros and cons of writing a patent...as well as what to expect. ** Found in Part 2 video ** 0 - 5:40: STEPS 1-4 5:40: STEP 5 - Make Drawings 17:05: STEP 6 - Write an Abstract 21:00: STEP 7 - Write a Description 27:05: STEP 8 - Write a Description of Drawings 32:50: STEP 9 - Write a Detailed Description of Invention ** Continued in PART 3 Video ** 8:50: STEP 10 - Write the Claims 27:15: STEP 11 - Create Oath Form 37 CFR 1.63 32:30: STEP 12 - Create Micro Entity Form PTO/SB/15A 34:25: STEP 12A - 13 - Submit your Invention 46:15: What happens next? 50:00: How to deal with your examiner I will try to answer any questions I get, but I am not a lawyer nor am I a patent expert. So my answers are free and I'll try to help if I can. Provisional - This gets you a filing date, lasts one year, but does not start the examination process. It is an easy way to submit a drawing or idea. Use this if you are not sure you want to file a patent and want to think about it for a while. It does get you a filing date - but does not protect you. For example, if you invent a teleportation device and submit a Provisional patent Jan 1st, and 6 months later, someone files a Non-provisional patent for the same thing, and then you submit a Non-provisional patent, you would get the patent. But, if you only submit a Provisional patent and start making your device and selling it, people can copy your idea...because you don't have a patent and get no protection under patent law. Non-Provisional - The real deal. You get a patent and you are protected. Design Patent - Example ... A new style of spoon. (something that exists and this is a new form of it - like a spoon with a wrench on one end) Utility Patent - Example ... A teleportation device. (something that does not yet exist and you thought of it and have made it work -- you can't patent impossible things such as a machine that makes planets -- that is a work of fiction and they won't let you patent it ... to my knowledge anyway .. I suppose you could try and see what happens.) Drawings -- Every time you reference a part of your invention, that's when you also must put the reference number. This will be obvious as you listen to me discussing the drawings. Drawings -- Idea...If you don't know how to draw well, take a picture of your invention and trace it on a piece of paper. The drawings are NOT required to be perfect or anything close to perfect. They just have to be clear. The USPTO will tell you if your drawings need to be improved...and only then should you bother to improve them. Part 1: Mostly covers the thought process going into why you may or may not want to write a patent. Discusses pros and cons of the process. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJyHhS26S58 Part 2: Step-By-Step (highly detailed) process of writing a US patent. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sx8Em5MV_3c&t=1s Part 3: Step-By-Step process continued. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDiOBBqYQic&t=1212s
Views: 12422 The Interfaith Shepherd
The Turkish parliament has passed a law against producing and selling counterfeit products. It includes prison terms for violators, and is expected to affect an industry worth $10 billion. The government defends the new law as a means for creating more Turkish brands, however critics argue it will lead to job losses. Money Talks interviews sellers of fake hand bags and other counterfeit products as well as Kemal Yamankaradeniz , a lawyer who specializes in patents and intellectual property. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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My invention: building a business from a simple idea with a patent. http://www.cipa.org.uk/need-advice/ So you're an inventor or a designer with a new product that is based on a very simple innovation. Is it worth making an investment to protect your product from being copied? Guy Taylor, Director of The Janger™, thinks it is. In this video Guy explains how he turned his simple plastic clip into a worldwide business by protecting it with a patent, with the help of his patent attorney. This is the second in a series of case study videos by the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA). http://www.cipa.org.uk/ The Janger Just a bit of plastic? 00:28 - How the idea for The Janger came about 00:58 - The importance of protecting simple inventions 01:07 - How protecting IP turned The Janger into a worldwide business 01:54 - Fighting those who tried to copy The Janger 02:27 - "A patent inside a brand gives you a company to sell" The Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys http://www.cipa.org.uk/ Twitter: @TheCIPA ******************************************************************** CIPA Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb_5... ******************************************************************** Make sure you don't miss another CIPA video. Click here to Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb_5... ******************************************************************** Find out how the protection of intellectual property is powering the economy. Watch our Economy of Ideas here: https://youtu.be/wVWZiU6mebQ ********************************************************************
Views: 1497 Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys
What is Patent, Copyright & Trademark in Hindi | By Ishan A patent is a right granted to an inventor by the federal government that permits the inventor to exclude others from making, selling or using the invention for a period of time. The patent system is designed to encourage inventions that are unique and useful to society. Congress was given the power to grant patents in the Constitution, and federal statutes and rules govern patents. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) grants patents for inventions that meet statutory criteria. The following provides a general overview of what a patent is. Patent Categories There are three different kinds of patents: utility patents, design patents and plant patents. 1.Utility Patents: The most common type of patent, these are granted to new machines, chemicals, and processes. 2.Design Patents: Granted to protect the unique appearance or design of manufactured objects, such as the surface ornamentation or overall design of the object. 3.Plant Patents: Granted for the invention and asexual reproduction of new and distinct plant varieties, including hybrids (asexual reproduction means the plant is reproduced by means other than from seeds, such as by grafting or rooting of cuttings). Copyright: Copyright is a form of intellectual property protection provided by the laws of the United States. Copyright protection is available for original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible form, whether published or unpublished. The categories of works that can be protected by copyright laws include paintings, literary works, live performances, photographs, movies, and software. A Copyright Owner's Rights: The primary goal of copyright law is to protect the time, effort, and creativity of the work's creator. As such, the Copyright Act gives the copyright owner certain exclusive rights, including the right to: 1.Reproduce the work 2.Prepare "derivative works" (other works based on the original work) 3.Distribute copies of the work by sale, lease, or other transfer of ownership 4.Perform the work publicly 5.Display the work publicly The copyright owner also has the right to authorize other people to do any of the rights mentioned above. The copyright owner has the option and ability to transfer his or her exclusive rights -- or any subdivision of those rights -- to others as well. The Copyright Office does not have forms for these transfers, so a transfer of copyright is usually done through a contract. It is not legally required for a transfer to be recorded with the Copyright Office, but having a legal record of the transaction is often a good idea. What is a Trademark?: A Trademark generally refers to a “brand” or “logo”. Trademark registration can also be obtained for a business name, distinctive catch phrases, taglines or captions. Properly used and promoted, a Trademark may become the most valuable asset of a business. Trademarks such as Coca Cola, HP, Canon, Nike and Adidas serve as an indication of origin of the goods as well as an indication of quality. It is also essential to obtain trademark registration for the business name/trade name under the Trademarks Act. Registration of a company or business name under the Companies Act does not in itself give protection against others who might commence using identical or similar marks. Disclaimer- Some contents are used for educational purpose under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All credit for copyright materiel used in video goes to respected owner. Keep Supporting Us :- Website : https://www.ishanllb.com/ Website : http://www.eisarahi.com/ Email : [email protected] Facebook Official : https://www.facebook.com/eisarahiofficial Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/IshanLLB/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/ishanllb Tags:-What is Patent,Copyright & Trademark in Hindi,what is copyright in hindi,copyright act definition in hindi,copyright act in hindi,copyright act kya h,patent kya hota hai,trademark kya hai,copyright act 1957 in hindi,what is copyright law,patent law in hindi,patent act 1970 in hindi,what is patent in hindi,patent law meaning in hindi,patent ke prakar,what is patent in india,copyright kya hai,patent ka matlab,trademark kya hota hai,ishanllb
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Fashion is a three trillion dollar a year industry with a 100% participation rate. So how do companies like Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, and Christian Louboutin promote their brands globally while still protecting their designs? To what extent are creators, from individual fashion designers to million-dollar brands, protected under intellectual property law? How do you balance protecting IP with fostering innovation? Lawyers, law professors, and industry experts discuss the role of intellectual property in the fashion industry, explaining three recent cases that continue to spark debate on design protection in the United States. OFFICIAL SELECTION Seattle Fashion Film Festival -Winner, Best Documentary Madrid International Film Festival 2018 - Nominee for Best Short Documentary - Nominee for Best Director of a Short Documentary Film Miami Fest - Semi-Finalist Aesthetica Short Film Festival Chelsea Fashion Film Festival Fashion Film Festival Chicago DAMN! Film Series Miami Fashion Film Festival Milan Fashion Film Festival Milan Lombardy International Film Festival * * * * * As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker. Featuring: - Leila Amineddoleh, Amineddoleh & Associates LLC https://www.artandiplawfirm.com/member/leila-a-amineddoleh/ - Jura Zibas, Wilson Elser https://www.wilsonelser.com/attorneys/jura_christine_zibas - Lee Sporn, Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP https://www.olshanlaw.com/attorneys-Lee-Sporn.html - Ryan Triplette, Canary Global Strategic https://canaryglobalstrategic.com/ - Howard Deutchman, Meridian Textiles http://meridiantex.com/ - Susan Scafidi, Fordham University School of Law https://www.fordham.edu/info/23380/susan_scafidi - Barbara Kolsun, Cardozo School of Law https://cardozo.yu.edu/directory/barbara-kolsun - Stephen Doniger, Doniger/Burroughs APC http://donigerlawfirm.com/who-we-are/ Related Links: World Intellectual Property Organization Magazine: IP and Business: Intellectual Property in the Fashion Industry http://www.wipo.int/wipo_magazine/en/2005/03/article_0009.html Fortune: Are copyright trolls taking over the fashion industry? http://fortune.com/2015/10/07/patent-trolls-fashion/ Bustle: Fashion Designs Aren’t Protected By Copyright Law, So Knockoffs Thrive As Designers Suffer https://www.bustle.com/articles/4527-fashion-designs-arent-protected-by-copyright-law-so-knockoffs-thrive-as-designers-suffer TED: Johanna Blakley: Lessons From Fashion’s Free Culture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL2FOrx41N0 CREDITS: Produced by: Samantha Schroeder Written by: Samantha Schroeder, Elizabeth Claeys, Anna Wunderlich Directed by: Matthew Ziegler & Samantha Schroeder Director of Photography/Editor: Matthew Ziegler Line Producer: Alex Yershov Associate Producers: Elizabeth Claeys, Anna Wunderlich, Matt Wood, Daniel T. Richards Second Unit DP: Matt Wood Camera Operators: John Abbott, Alex Li, Andy Reynolds Title Typography: Louise Fili Special Thanks: Refinery Hotel
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Find out what rights you already have, what additional rights you get with registration and how quickly you need to act to get any rights at all!
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FREE get a copy of my best selling book - How To Create A Second Income By selling Things On Amazon: A Step by Step Guide To Amazon Success In Australia HERE --- http://freeamazonbook.co Aussie Online Entrepreneurs Learn How To Sell On Amazon FBA Here In Australia Selling on Amazon FBA is a brilliant way to make money online listen in to learn, what to sell on Amazon, what products to sell on Amazon, how to get started selling on Amazon FBA and inside tips and tricks to Amazon FBA success in Australia, Find out more about the Aussie Online Entrepreneurs here --- http://aussieonlineentrepreneurs.com.au/ Hosted by me Neil Asher, I’ve been selling online since 2006 and I travel the world with my family meeting new people and experiencing new cultures living the online dream! You can learn more about me and my journey here --- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcK7yOx9zpc Make sure you check out my youtube channel --- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHSrw3pYMZylEmgLGsRGldQ Check out what some of the Aussie Online Entrepreneurs have to say in this youtube playlist --- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9JFtA-03kE&list=PLH8bB5T-pNsvpifOKdNIGGheeDGEnIw8H
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Afraid of getting sued when dropshipping? Watch this video! ►► FREE - How to Make $10,000/Month: http://wholesaleted.com/4-step ►► How to Dropship from Aliexpress: https://youtu.be/2CWrd2gdTIs PLEASE NOTE: We are not lawyers, and this is not legal advice. For legal advice, please contact a lawyer. Question 1: Will you get sued if you use product images from Aliexpress suppliers? The answer to this is almost certainly no. In China, the culture around copyright is very different to the western world. In China, the culture around copyright is that if something can be easily copied and can benefit others, then that is more important than protecting the rights of a single individual. It is a cultural difference. As a result, it’s very easy to get away with piracy in China, which is why pirated movies/music/games are sold freely on the streets. In fact, Chinese manufacturers copy each other all the time. Not only do they produce the same products, they steal images from each other. If you go to Aliexpress you will see that different manufacturers are producing the same items, and they are using the same images. As a result, it is extremely unlikely that any Aliexpress supplier would try to pursue you in court for any copyright issues. If they were going to sue anyone - it would be the manufacturers that are copying them - although due to the cultural differences, that is also extremely unlikely. If you’re still worried, you can contact the Aliexpress suppliers and ask them if they are OK with you reusing their images. Question 2: How Can I Avoid Being Sued for Copyright Images? They might not care in China if you copy images - but in the west, they sure do! Even if your website is not making any money, you can still be pursued legally and sued for using images without permission - so it’s very important that you don’t use copyrighted images on your website! A good place to find images you can use is with Google Images: 1) Go to Google Images 2) Click settings. 3) Click advanced search. 4) Type in what you’re searching for. 5) Scroll down to usage rights. Select “free to use, share or modify, even commercially.” 6) Click search. You’ll be surprised at how many images you’re allowed to use! So don’t get lazy and use images that are copyrighted. Use Google to find free images you’re allowed to use. Question 3: Can I Sell Aliexpress Products that are Trademarked? No - do NOT sell products that are trademarked. For example, in the video, Sarah compares two items - one that is a generic self-stir mug, and one that is a self-stir mug with Harry Potter imagery on it. Do NOT sell the Harry Potter mug, as it is illegal. If you sell products with trademarks, you aren’t just risking getting sued - you’re risking having legal action taken against you.
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A patent applicant does not receive full patent rights until the patent office grants a patent. This article explores your options when a competitor starts copying your invention while your patent application is pending but before your patent is granted. A person or entity that files a patent application on an invention has patent pending status until a patent issues or the application is abandoned. However, patent pending means that the patent applicant requested that the government grant a patent. Patent pending does not mean that a patent will necessarily be granted. The Patent Office might determine that a patent should not be granted because the application does not meet the requirements for obtaining a patent, for example, the application may be denied if the invention is not new. The rights that are provided for patent holders are not the same as those provided for patent applicants during the patent pending phase. This is because not every application will become a patent. Therefore, it would not be appropriate to allow patent applicants to stop others from making, using, selling, and importing the invention (e.g. patent rights) described in their patent application because it is possible the Patent Office might later determine a patent should not be granted. What can be done about copiers during the patent pending stage? Provisional Rights There is a section of the law that provides that a patent applicant can get a reasonable royalty for sales of products or services (e.g. copiers or would be infringes) that are covered by a resulting patent. These rights are known as provisional rights (35 U.S.C. 154 – the use of the word “provisional” is unrelated to “provisional” as used to reference a provisional patent application and does not depend on whether or not a provisional application was filed). The problem with provisional rights as that there are many requirements that must exists in order for a patent applicant to have provisional rights cover a copier or would be infringer. These requirements include (1) the royalties only begin after your application is published and do not begin on the date the application was filed, (2) the copier must have actual notice of your application, which means they must receive a copy of the published patent application or have otherwise read it, (3) the claims in your application must be substantially identical when the patent application is granted as they were when the application was published, and (4) you cannot seek back royalties under the provisional rights section until you actually obtain a patent. The most problematic requirement is the substantial identical requirement. Changes are often made to the claims during the patent prosecution stage where your patent attorney negotiates with the patent examiner regarding the scope of the patent protection that will be allowed in a resulting patent. Due to the common nature of such changes, generally recovery of royalties under the provisional rights section is unusual. Notice letter Even though provisional rights might be rare, you may choose to have a letter sent to a copier to put them on actual notice of your published patent application by attaching a copy to the letter. The letter might request that the copier stop or might invite the copier to a licensing discussion. This may produce results, especially if the startup and design costs are significant for the invention at issue. The copier might not want to invest in those costs if it would be forced to shutdown when you obtain a patent. However, the copier may choose to ignore your letter. There is no requirement that the copier respond. The copier may conclude that you will not obtain a patent or if you do obtain a patent it will not cover the copiers goods/services. Further the copier might try to redesign the product/service to avoid the subject matter of the patent application after receiving your notice. Speeding Up Application Processing Once you notice an infringer you might decide to request that the Patent Office speed up the consideration of your patent application. However, sometimes you can benefit from a delay at the patent office where a competitor builds a market and then you are able to take over the market or obtain licensing fees once a patent is granted. Declaratory Judgments: A declaratory judgment, also called a declaration, is the legal determination of a court that resolves legal uncertainty for the litigants. Other IP Claims It is possible that you might be able to make other intellectual property claims depending on your circumstances, such as claims of breach of contract, copyright infringement, trade dress infringement, trade secret misappropriation, or other infringement infringement. Defending You Products During Patent Pending Status For more info visit: http://www.peillaw.com/ and http://www.focuspdm.com/
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http://www.beemlaw.com Chicago patent attorney Rich Beem discusses a patent infringement case in which another company was making a product which was extremely similar to our client. Our client had made a very handy carrying case for pet food called the Traveltainer. It breaks down into several bowls and easily comes back together for easy travel. Another company had developed a very similar product in which the design was nearly copied completely except for a different shape. We sent a complaint regarding the design aspect being infringed upon. We were able to settle it quickly and without a lawsuit. Watch the video to learn more. For more information about patent law and my firm, visit our educational website at http://www.beemlaw.com, where you can view testimonials from our happy clients. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (312) 201-0011. I welcome your call Beem Patent Law Firm 53 W. Jackson Boulevard, Suite 1352 Chicago, IL 60604-3787 (312) 201-0011 [email protected]
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If you are starting a business, take my course on starting a business: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-start-a-business-go-from-business-idea-to-a-business/?couponCode=ten_youtube Here is a full list of my business books: http://www.amazon.com/Alex-Genadinik/e/B00I114WEU For more business help like this tutorial on the difference between a patent, trademark and copyright, try my business apps: http://www.problemio.com In this tutorial I explain the difference between a patent, trademark and a copyright. Patents, trademarks and copyright are actually very different kinds of things from one another. What unites them is that they help entrepreneurs and business owners protect their intellectual property. But how patents, trademarks and a copyright function, and the role they play has very little overlap. The reason it is important to do a tutorial explaining the difference between a patent, trademark and a copyright is that patents, trademarks and a copyrights often get confused one for another by first-time entrepreneurs, and the explanation of the differences between these legal tools has to happen time and time again. A patent is used to protect an invention. The invention has to already be created. So it can't be a business idea for an invention. The patent must be used to protect the actual invention, or something in the invention. There are provisional patents that allow you to get started patenting your invention earlier. But overall, patents are meant to protect actual inventions. Trademarks are meant to protect logos, business names, and business slogans. Trademarks are useful when you want to make sure that no other company can use your business name or brand name, or logo, or any slogan. It is also useful to check whether your business encroaches on any existing trademarks before using potential names for your business because if you do encroach on an existing trademark, the company who owns that trademark has the right to make you change your name. And a copyright is meant to protect a body of writing such as a book. A copyright is also meant to protect something you write that may be found online. To get help with your patents or trademarks, please contact a law professional who specializes in intellectual property law. I created mobile apps that help you with your business. While the apps don't specifically help with issues like understanding the difference between a patent, a trademark and copyright, the apps do help you plan, start and grow your business. To get help with your business, check out my mobile apps for business: Here is the Android business plan app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=business.premium iOS business plan app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/business-plan-and-coach/id554845193 And here is our 4-app business starting course on the Kindle: http://glowingstart.com/best-amazon-kindle-business-apps/ Please check out my business books. Here is my book on starting a business which also has a section that discusses the difference between a patent, trademark and a copyright: http://www.amazon.com/Get-Business-Ideas-Start-ebook/dp/B00HZUVAUM Book with fundraising strategies to raise money: http://www.amazon.com/10-Fundraising-Ideas-Strategies-strategies-ebook/dp/B00KADT0Q2/ Facebook marketing book: http://www.amazon.com/Facebook-Marketing-Business-Expect-Promoting-ebook/dp/B00LMGPDIK Marketing strategies book: http://www.amazon.com/Marketing-Strategies-People-Problemio-business-ebook/dp/B00IG83T7E/ Mobile app marketing book: http://www.amazon.com/Mobile-App-Marketing-Monetization-thousands-ebook/dp/B00N14RSNY What is a non compete agreement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljIAdWeoOqA What is the difference between LLC and S Corp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0IeyPyMWGw What is an EIN number: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTwtTugsIJE Doing business as self: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R91f60Klgzw How to protect business ideas with NDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LQtO7q8xug How to protect intellectual property: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7VCeqlNT3c Business plan course https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i19XAhb0-BM Book on going from business ideas to starting a business: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmJEeZmiig What is a business model: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsUz6lfXCkE Video of step by step process on how to start a business: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goGyLtvKNeA
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Learn when it is best to trademark, copyright, and patent. Use these tips to help decide the best move for your brand. To start your trademark: http://www.uspto.gov/ Get your brands labels: https://www.apliiq.com/site/how-to-start-a-successful-clothing-line
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This video gives instruction on how to search for patents for your GTU project or any other need, It shows how to generate query string and download documents. One last thing to download patent document from espacenet.com select 'Original Document' from left menu.
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http://www.asianprosource.com/ - So you're thinking of going on protecting your patent in China. Learn helpful tips in this video, as Cortney Smith, CEO of AsianProSource shares how you should do it. The largest misunderstanding about patents is there isn't anything called international patent. Every country has its own patent system and you have to file a patent in every country that you want to get protected in. Now there are agencies that will offer an international protection plan or worldwide coverage but that will consist of a file in every country you're seeking protection in. Something to be careful in China is that China is very quick to give patents and sometimes the process to undo them could be very costly and timely. So what point do you want to invest in a patent protection in China is probably relevant to the amount of sales and export from the country and is your product being copied or not in China. The most protective patent you might find for yourself in China is a simple design patent. This protects the outer shape of whatever you're building, the outer line of the object you make looks like would protect you from another object of a similar industry to not look the same of your shape. So a design patent is relatively easy and will offer you a strong protection so that no one else could copy your product in China and export a similar looking product out of the country. That will keep those copy cats further away at least you have some leverage on should it pop up. For more information for product quotations and other information about outsourcing products in China, please feel free to visit our website at http://www.asianprosource.com OR call us at 702.616.2298 Thanks for watching! *** FEELING SOCIAL? *** Share your thoughts about this video by commenting below OR Drop us a like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Asian-ProSource/112342828835308 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AsianProSource
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#BrandProtection #Trademarks Brand Name Copied? What Should I do ? As soon as your company, product or service’s brand name starts getting some recognition in the market there are some 20 copycats who will come up with names that are either same or similar to yours. This is a common occurrence, and the reasons for these copycats is that they’re trying to gain benefit, advantage and profit from their name looking like yours, sounding like yours, or confusing consumers into thinking that they are you. So what do you do in such circumstance to protect your brand? 1. Register Your Trademark 2. Unregistered Trademarks Have Limitations 3. Send Legal Notices to Infringers 4. File Trademark Infringement Case and Get a Permanent Injunction 5. Engage Police and Other Authorities as Necessary If at all you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me through the comments section below or email me at [email protected] For more Videos visit us at www.hegdesimplifies.com
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SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=patenthome What is the Difference between a provisional and non-provisional patent application? It's time to ask patent attorney, Vin LoTempio. A non-provisional patent application is a full blown application that is examined by the patent office and either matures to a granted patent or is rejected. A provisional patent application establishes a filing date but never matures into a patent. Once a provisional is filed an inventor has one year to file a non-provisional that refers back to the provisional filing date. If a non-provisional is not filed within the one year period the provisional patent application becomes abandoned. A provisional and non-provisional patent application are solely used for utility patents. There is no such thing as a design provisional application. The reason the patent office came up with the provisional application was to aid the independent inventor. A provisional patent application allows an inventor to market and manufacture a product for one year before having to file a non-provisional patent application. This is important because first person to file the patent application wins the race to the patent office and gets the patent! The provisional application has a lower governmental filing fee and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has less stringent form requirements than a non-provisional patent application. A provisional patent application can be submitted without formal drawing or without claims. It is much less expensive to file a provisional patent application, thus it puts the independent inventor with less financial resources on the same playing field as a large corporate entity. It gives the independent inventor an opportunity to market the product for one year without worrying that someone else will get the patent first. Remember that a provisional patent application never becomes a patent. So that if another person were to copy the invention the provisional patent application could not stop them from making and selling it. The purpose of the provisional patent application is to primarily preserve the filing date. Some folks incorrectly refer to it as a provisional patent but it’s only an application and will never became a patent unless a non-provisional patent application is filed and examined. For any and all question about patent attorneys or patent laws make sure you contact Vin LoTempio. Feel free to call (800) 866-0039 Invention Help Video Series - Learn how to protect & profit from your good idea. In easy to watch & learn videos I will help you learn how to protect your idea, identify the right kind of patent for you, how to license your invention and much more! Join & watch now: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/newsletter/ Difference between a provisional and non-provisional patent app: Ask the Patent Lawyer: Patent Home FAQ #14 Each frequently asked patent question is answered concisely in about a minute by Registered Patent attorney Vincent G. LoTempio. Free Consultations: 1 (800) 866-0039 Email: [email protected] Web: https://www.lotempiolaw.com File A Patent: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/patent Get A Patent Search: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/patent-search/ Register Your Trademark: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/trademark Get A Trademark Search: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/trademark-search-form/ File A Copyright: https://www.lotempiolaw.com/copyright/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/PatentHome Twitter: https://twitter.com/LoTempio Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LoTempio.vg ATTORNEY ADVERTISEMENT
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Can a clothing designer legally copy another designer's work and sell it? New Media Rights has the answer. Donate: http://www.kintera.org/autogen/home/default.asp?ievent=1034481 Subscribe: http://youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=newmediarightsstudio Twitter: http://twitter.com/newmediarights Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newmediarights Website: http://newmediarights.org New Media Rights is a non-profit that provides free legal assistance to independent creators and Internet consumers Music: "GumboMix" and "Norleans Lovas" by Jeris Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike (3.0) license http://ccmixter.org/files/VJ_Memes/33387 http://ccmixter.org/files/VJ_Memes/33400 These videos should be used for general informational purposes only, and do not create an attorney-client relationship. They contain simplified explanations of the law and may not discuss significant, but relevant, issues or exceptions regarding your particular case. Every factual situation is different. If you have a specific legal question, you should contact an experienced attorney licensed in your state.
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Part 4 of the E*Bootcamp targeted to the interests of Darden students. This is a free event open to students, alumni, UVA, and the greater Charlottesville community. The E*Bootcamp consists of a full day of workshops and a reception/networking session. This program focuses on issues of tactical concern to entrepreneurs, for example: incorporating, building a team, sharing equity with founding partners, confidentiality agreements, business plans, start-up accounting, creative bootstrapping, and other funding concerns. Sessions are led by leading entrepreneurship professors and practitioners. The goal of Darden's E*Bootcamp is to provide entrepreneurs with the basic tools to execute the first steps of creating a start-up venture. Unlike other programs, the E*Bootcamp is about basic blocking & tackling to get a start-up going. This session is led by Peter Davis, Attorney, Morrison & Foerster.
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This video provides a quick and easy breakdown of the three main types of intellectual property: trademarks, patents, and copyrights. You’ll learn how trademarks differ from domain names and business names. By the end of the video, you’ll understand how to use each type of intellectual property to protect a different aspect of your business. Enhanced accessibility version: http://helix-1.uspto.gov/player/BasicFacts_TrademarksPatentsAndCopyrights_508.html To stay current with the USPTO, subscribe to regular e-mail updates at http://www.uspto.gov/subscribe.
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Aug. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg News reporter Adam Satariano analyzes the positions presented in the Apple vs. Samsung trial. He speaks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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WARNING: Please beware that certain companies have unlawfully attempted to copy the patented HALO products & offer these inferior imitations as HALO equivalents using similar names & even HALO marketing material in their efforts. These imitation products and their associated companies are flagrantly dishonest & should not be engaged with by those seeking authentic HALO products & secure business transactions. HALO reserves the right to enact legal action against these offenders and those choosing to interact with them do so at their own risk. Authentic HALO products are exclusively manufactured and there are no equivalents or copies produced at our manufacturing facilities. Only the agents listed on the HALO web page at www.halosolutions.co.za or confirmed at our head office at [email protected] are authorized to resell authentic HALO products.
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According to Reuters, Apple and Samsung settled a seven-year legal dispute over patented design features. Apple Inc alleged that Samsung Electronics violated several patents related to the design of the iPhone, but copying those aesthetics for the Galaxy-line of mobile devices. Filed in a federal court in Northern California, the terms of the settlement over the dispute were not made public. Back in May, a US jury awarded Apple $539 million to compensate for patent infringement, after Samsung previously paid $399 million. If the verdict is upheld, Samsung will still owe Apple a sum of $140 million in additional payments. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/topNews/~3/2TGCTnmtsX4/apple-samsung-settle-u-s-patent-dispute-idUSKBN1JN2S4 http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Business using http://wochit.com
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This video provides a quick and easy breakdown of the three main types of intellectual property: trademarks, patents, and copyrights. You’ll learn how trademarks differ from domain names and business names. By the end of the video, you’ll understand how to use each type of intellectual property to protect a different aspect of your business. Enhanced Accessibility Version:http://helix-1.uspto.gov/player/BasicFacts_TrademarksPatentsAndCopyrights_508.html To stay current with the USPTO, subscribe to regular e-mail updates at http://www.uspto.gov/subscribe.
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Dan Dasilva announced this week that he has been sued $40,000 for breaking copyright law on one of his dropshipping stores! ► Setup your own dropshipping store with Shopify HERE: https://goo.gl/1CuQmC (2-week free trial) It's super important for dropshippers to know what copyright law is and to ensure they are not breaking it with their dropshipping products. Here's a brief rundown: Copyright/trademarks legally prevent sellers from using other people's works on their products for profit. There are 4 exemptions to copyright/trademark law: • Personal Use • The copyright owner has died • The copied work was created before copyright law existed • Fair Use Quotes from copywritten/trademarked works are also off limits. • My earlier copyright video: https://youtu.be/8CTPglhfea4 These laws don't just apply to images and logos. Check trademarks and copyrights at the below websites: • Trademarks - http://tmsearch.uspto.gov/ • Copyrights - http://www.copyright.gov/
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Chris Peil answers the question What If Someone Files a Patent for My Product After My Public Disclosure? For more info visit: http://www.peillaw.com/ & http://www.FocusPDM.com/
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A question I usually get is “Should I get a patent, trademark or copyright for my work? Or all of them? Which one would make more sense financially and give me the most bank for my buck?” To understand which intellectual property protection would make the most sense for your business, idea or project, we need to understand what each tool does. I would hate for you to go on Shark Tank and be left without an answer when Mr. Wonderful asks you: What makes your product so unique and how will you make sure that other won’t just copy your idea. To analyze the differences, and understand whether you should invest in patent protection, trademark or copyright protection, let’s look at a simple example that most of us are familiar with: the Sharpie Pen or marker. DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that the information contained in this video is for informational purposes only and does not establish an attorney-client relationship.
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So business is a dog eat dog world. If you come up with a game-changing idea, you better patent it and hold the legal right to it. Otherwise, competitors will swoop in and steal your idea. However even having a patent can sometimes be pointless to savvy businessmen. So in this list, I'll be showing you 5 million dollar ideas that were stolen. ------------------------------------------------------- Vlog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/more5 Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialAll5 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sam_all5 SnapChat: SamAll5YT Website: http://www.All5.me ------------------------------------------------------- 5) Monopoly The massively popular board game Monopoly had quite a rocky start. You see it was actually invented all the way back in 1903 by Lizzie Magie. At the time it wasn't called Monopoly but rather the Landlords Game. The game was never meant to be a massive commercial success but rather as a tool to teach people about how unfair land ownership can be. As time went on the game became popular among students, but wasn't a household game as it is today. 30 years go by and in the 1930's an unemployed heater salesman named Charles B. Darrow saw the game. He saw the potential it had and decided to patent it as his own. He then sold the rights to monopoly to a toy company called Parker Brothers. And the rest is history. 4) Graphical User Interface When it comes to computing one of the biggest breakthroughs was the graphical user interface. Without it, computers would be ridiculously difficult to use. Imagine still haveing to punch in commands to make your computer do something, rather than clicking on icons. The invention of the GUI goes back to 1981. Xerox was actually the first company to develop a fully functioning GUI. However, it's widely believed Apple did it first. You see Apple did visit Xerox in the early 80s and essentially copied the idea. Apple did, however, give them stock in exchange for these visits. In fact, Apple even hired some of Xerox best engineers to help them develop the Apple Macintosh. A lawsuit was filed against Apple, but the case was thrown out. Arguably the GUI is the reason Apple became a multi-billion company before the iPod and iPhone ever existed. 3) Radio Nikola Tesla was one of the great inventors ever to have lived. In the 1890's he even invented the radio. He came about the invention when we realised he could transmit messages over long distances using his Tesla Coils if they resonate at the same frequency. In 1900 he even got the patent for his radio. Around the same time, however, a young Italian inventor called Marconi was working on his own version of a radio. He tried to patent his radio but they were refused since Tesla already got their first. Marconi then started experimenting with some of Tesla inventions, and even Tesla was ok with it stating that "Marconi is a good fellow, let him continue, he is using 17 of my patents" However, all that changed in 1904 when the US Patent Office decided to award Marconi credit for the radio. Tesla tried to sue but didn't have the financial power to pursue it. It wasn't until 1943 after Tesla had died that the patent was restored to him. 2) Pong If you ask someone what the first video game was, most people will tell you it was pong. A very basic tennis type game that was extremely addictive. The truth is pong wasn't the first game, in fact, it was a rip off from a very similar game that was on the Odyssey console. The company that made the first game was called Magnavox, and 2 years later Atari copied it and called it Pong. However, Magnavox did successfully sue Atari for royalties. 1) The Aqueduck This product isn't as huge as the others on this list but the story behind it is just ridiculous. The Aqueduck is a little device that essentially extends the faucet so young children can reach the water. The inventor is a mother herself and thought the idea could be useful for other families. So she got it produced and starting selling it. Not long after she noticed a large company, Prince Lionheart, selling an almost identical device. Now she didn't have a patent for the Aqueduck yet but she was furious a company would rip off her product. She had to somehow prove that she made the device first. And the answer lay in one of Prince Lionheart's advertisement. Amazingly Prince Lionheart didn't just steal her product idea but also stole the images she took. She took these pictures of a child using her product, and in Prince Lionheart's advert, you can see they photoshopped the child's hands to show off their rip off version.
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Samsung Electronics Co. filed an additional lawsuit against Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) alleging that the technology company infringed patents for the technology that is used in iPhone and iPad products. Samsung's lawyers claimed in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Delaware that "Apple has copied many of Samsung's innovations in its Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad products." The company also fined another lawsuit with the U.S. International Trade Commission on June 28 attempting block import on the devices that contain the claim of infringing technology. The suit follows litigation in at least four countries as Samsung and Apple, the world's largest technology company by market value. This past April, Apple sued Samsung in federal court in Oakland, California, accusing that the Samsung Galaxy phone and table computers "slavishly" imitated the iPhone and iPad. Seo Won Seok, a Seoul-based analyst at NH Investment & Securities Co. said, "They seem to have a lot to talk about. With these steps they are taking now, they seem to be trying to take a favorable position as part of the process to reach an agreement on cross-licensing in the end." Preceding the latest lawsuit, Samsung, which also supplies memory chips for Apple, sued Apple in Seoul, Tokyo, San Francisco and Mannheim, Germany. Additionally Apple has a case pending against Samsung in South Korea.
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The Future of Food (2004) Directed by Deborah Koons Garcia THE FUTURE OF FOOD offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled grocery store shelves for the past decade. Purchase a copy of the entire film or screening rights to the film at: http://www.thefutureoffood.com
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How do Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks Differ? | Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks. Let’s find out the difference between Patent, Copyright and Trademark. Patent, copyright and trademark are all types of intellectual property rights that provide the creator an exclusive right over the use of his/her creation of mind for a limited amount of time. Anyone who are seeking to register intellectual property must know the differences between these three and obtain the right registrations to protect his/her intellectual property. So what is a Patent? Patent is an exclusive right for an invention given by the law for a limited time to the Patentee. By patenting an invention, the patentee is able to control the making, using, selling or importing of the patented product or process for producing that product without his/her consent. So what is a Copyright? Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. Copyright does not protect brands or names, short word combinations, slogans, short phrases, methods, plots or factual information. Copyright also does not protect ideas or concepts. Therefore, copyright is mainly used to protect the creativity of writers, artists, designers, musicians, producers of sound recording and computer software. So what is a Trademark? Trademark is a visual symbol which may be a word signature, name, device, label, numerals or combination of colors used by one company on goods or services or other articles of commerce to distinguish it from other similar goods or services originating from a different undertaking. So trademarks are mostly used to protect brand names, business names, slogans etc. So these are the main differences between a patent, copyright and a trademark. Thanks for watching this video, if you enjoyed this video, please do not forget to like and subscribe to our channel. In this channel you will get information about various business related topics such as money, investing, real estate and online businesses. Bye. ★☆★ MUSIC CREDIT ★☆★ Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/ ★☆★ RELATED VIDEOS ★☆★ ★ 5 Essential SEO Tips for Video Marketing https://youtu.be/CRWvYzRRhbk ★ 3 Best WordPress Plugins for SEO To Get Higher Ranking https://youtu.be/uVRCowTo70M ★ 5 Best Email Marketing Services for Small Business https://youtu.be/tUE9R0EIkYY ★ How to Become a Real Estate Investor https://youtu.be/5TvgZEhYsFk ★ 5 Tips for Choosing the Best Index Funds https://youtu.be/XbACv7y798Q ★ 5 Affiliate Marketing Blogs Every Beginner Should Read https://youtu.be/FG4F5XfruUg ★ 3 Marketing Tools That Can Help Grow Your Ecommerce Business https://youtu.be/cEHBxoeIyew ★☆★ ABOUT BUSINESSOPEDIA ★☆★ Businessopedia contains videos on the topics of business, finance, money, marketing, law etc. Subscribe to this channel to increase your knowledge and awareness about business concepts and fundamentals. Subscribe on https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmtG38i6fG5J1xYavZZHUA?sub_confirmation=1 ★☆★ COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER ★☆★ Some contents are used for educational purpose under fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. ★☆★ AFFILIATE DISCLAIMER ★☆★ This video and description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, we’ll receive a small commission. This help support the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for the support! ★☆★ DISCLAIMER ★☆★ We have created these videos for educational purposes only. Please be aware that Investing of any kind involves risk. It is imperative that you conduct your own research before investing your money. We are sharing tips with no guarantee of gains or losses on any investments you make. Images are licensed under CC: www.getstencil.com www.pixabay.com www.pexels.com www.commons.wikimedia.org www.flickr.com www.en.wikipedia.org www.publicdomainpictures.net Businessopedia (#businessopedia)
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