How Latin and South America Protects Intellectual Property

How Latin and South America Protects Intellectual Property

By: Tyler Seling.

Protecting intellectual property (“IP”) is an important aspect of any business or organization. Whether utilizing trademarks for brand development, copyrights for the works of authorship, or patents for the design or innovation it’s created, having an established IP policy is critical to succeeding in the competitive digital market.

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Protecting Your Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe: Trade Secret Protection Law

Protecting Your Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe: Trade Secret Protection Law

By: Janice Pan

Trade secret law protects everything from chocolate chip cookie recipes to transnational commercial methods. International agreements, however, leave protection of trade secrets to domestic enforcement. In addition to this international inconsistency, US trade secret law differs from the other forms of intellectual property in that it is governed by each individual state through the common law. To provide more certainty to businesses, a standardized trademark law should be passed in the United State. 

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