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Name that IP Right – A Cheat-Sheet

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newspaperAre you writing about Intellectual Property Rights?

Are you writing about the right Intellectual Property Rights?

Experience suggests there’s a good chance you aren’t (see ipcopymark on this subject here). But don’t worry, IPcopy is here to help! Here’s a handy flow chart you can follow to make sure you don’t get your trade marks confused with your design rights, or your patents confused with your copyright. Run through it if you find yourself about to type a phrase like “Company X have patented the copyright in this technology” or “the manufacturing process infringes Company Y’s trade marks“. And if you’re still stuck, feel free to drop us a line to check!

Name that IP Right

Emily Weal 3 July 2013

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