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Fundamentals of Intellectual Property
National and local governments around the world have their own sets of laws and rules to protect intellectual property. An individual or company can register with the appropriate governmental authority to protect its intellectual property rights. Avasant’s 'Fundamentals of Intellectual Property paper' offers an overview of four areas of Intellectual Property: Patent, Trademark, Copyright, and Trade Secret.
Fundamentals of Trademark Law
Trademarks are territorial in nature. That is, a U.S. federal trademark applies across the U.S. only. Similarly, a trademark obtained from one of the U.S. states applies in that state only. Therefore, for trademark protection in other countries, a trademark application must be filed in each country.