Issued by governments in the us by the united states patent and trademark office uspto patents grant property rights to the owner of an invention or new way of doing something when something is patented it cannot be used sold or made without the patent holders permission for the period of the patent generally 20 years 3 4 . Usually copyright and trademark do not overlap but they can be used to protect different elements of an object or project for example the artistic elements of a logo may be protected under copyright law while the logo itself is protected under trademark laws patents trademarks and copyrights are all a part of intellectual property but . O a property right right to exclude others from making using selling offering for sale or importing the claimed invention limited term territorial protection only in territory that granted patent no world wide patent o government grants the property right in exchange for the disclosure of the invention 14. While most people understand the differences between tangible property and intellectual intangible property understanding the differences among various forms of intellectual property can be more challenging patents copyrights and trademarks contain certain distinctive features this makes it important to understand which alternative offers the best option to protect your rights
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