Products, services, logos, slogans, music, publications and inventions are known as intellectual property. Intellectual property law is the term for the multiple areas of law—copyright, trademark and patent—that governs the ownership and rights to these creations.

In this Blue Paper, we discuss the basics of what these protections are, why they are important to business, when and how to apply, and how to take efforts to ensure that you and your employees are not violating the terms of someone else’s copyright, trademark or patent.

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