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    Intellectual Property and Trademarks

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    Please help me understand what mechanisms are available to protect and secure intellectual capital. Under what circumstances would you consider using federal or state trademarks? What would happen if such trademark protections did not exist?

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    Copyrights, patents and trademarks can be used to protect intellectual property or capital. Intellectual property/capital rights allow owners to select those who can access and use their intellectual property and also protect it from unauthorized use. Trademarks protect unique products or services and copyrights protect original artistic or intellectual work. Patents protect inventions. Federal registration provides ...

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    This solution explains how to protect and secure intellectual rights. It also explains the difference between federal and state trademarks, and importance of trademark protection. Includes APA reference.

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