Written By: Brandy Miller | September 1, 2017 | No Comments
Definition of Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property refers to any intangible property you have created through creativity. It may apply to a
- invention; or
- other product.
If you own a business, chances are you have Intellectual Property. In fact, your Intellectual Property may be the most significant part of your business.
Why is Intellectual Property Important
Intellectual Property can help you build
- passive income and is an essential part of how you make money at your business; and
- your Brand and allows you to enjoy
- licensing; and
- other passive income opportunities.
Why You Must Protect Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property closely links to your Brand. If you don’t protect it, others can use your Intellectual Property in ways you don’t approve. For example, others might use your creative works and designs on a website that is in competition with your business or that represents views that stand against those of your company.
How to Protect Your Intellectual Property
Make sure you correctly register and secure Intellectual Property with a
- Trademark; or
- Other Protections.
You must actively seek out infringements of your rights and penalize violators. That’s because failure to do so can be seen as you relinquishing your Intellectual Property rights. It makes it much harder for you to argue if someone uses your Intellectual Property in a way you don’t approve.
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