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Intellectual - Intellectual Property with a focus on Patents RitaWisor Sr.PatentAttorney IntelCorporation Note: 1 Agenda Types of Intellectual

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Note: any views are my own and not rep 1 Intellectual Property with a focus on Patents Rita Wisor Sr. Patent Attorney Intel Corporation
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  2 Agenda Types of Intellectual Property Patents In Depth Patenting Example Career in Patent Law Questions?
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  3 Intellectual Property – Intangible Assets Trade Secret Copyright Trademark Patent
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  4 Trade Secret A Trade Secret… is information that is not generally known to  the public has value, or gives advantage over  competition is subject to  reasonable efforts  to protect
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  5 Trade Secret Fact If protected, a trade secret can last  forever. Famous Trade Secret
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  6 Copyright The right to make copies of a work of  authorship.   Implicit right to exclude others from making copies. Protects “expression” of an idea, not the idea itself Includes derivative works Work of Authorship – Examples: Music, software, movies, logos, training materials, brochures,  marketing collateral, web pages…
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  7 A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol or design, or a combination of words, phrases, symbols or designs, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others . Trademarks KODAK
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  8 Patents How does Webster’s define patent? A document granting the exclusive right to produce or sell an invention, etc. for a specified time Does that sound right?
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  9 How is a Patent Defined in the Law? A grant from a government giving one the right to prevent others from making, using, selling, and importing the invention in the country in which the invention is patented.
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  10 Grant From a Government Government wants to promote  research and development In exchange for exclusive right, inventor  must teach others to make and use  invention Patents issued in US can only be  enforced in the US Obtain foreign patents for protection in  other countries
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course EE 302 taught by Professor Mccann during the Fall '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Intellectual - Intellectual Property with a focus on Patents RitaWisor Sr.PatentAttorney IntelCorporation Note: 1 Agenda Types of Intellectual

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