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Unlocking the Power of the Copyright Symbol

We have all seen it. The circle with the “c” in the center. It’s typically tucked away at the edge bottom of a website or graphic art. Though relatively small, its presence holds considerable significance, especially for the copyright holder.

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What You Need to Know About Google Reviews

We see them everywhere we look. Reviews are all over the websites we look at and the Google searches that we conduct. They help us make decisions regarding purchases, books we read, television shows we watch, and so much more. But are they being used correctly, or are they violating copyright law?

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Do I Need A Patent or Copyright?

In today’s business world, success hinges on ideas.  Without new and original ideas, businesses will struggle.  What happens when you have an idea for your business?

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Patent vs. Trademark – What’s the Difference?

In a world with everything at our fingertips and just a click away, it is more important than ever to protect your intellectual property.  Patents and trademarks are two different types of intellectual property rights that legally protect your ideas. 

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Delta-8 THC: Can You Trademark

Did you know that a federal court recently ruled that Delta-8 THC products can be legally possessed and sold?  What does this mean for you?  It means that brand names, product names, logos, slogans, etc. are now eligible to be protected for your Delta 8-THC products both federally and under certain state laws.

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Trademarks, Copyrights, & Intellectual Property

Intellectual property has become a topic of discussion in the last several years. With social media and the internet playing a more significant role in our lives, it is essential to understand it. Intellectual property is a legal term that refers to the creations of the mind.

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Get the Essential Guide: Steps to Creating a Unique Business Name & Logo

Our 9-page guide to creating a unique name & logo is a must-have for every business owner – whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been operating for years.