The first step in understanding how to protect your intellectual property is to understand what type of property it is. Specific IP, such as inventions and trademarks, can be registered with an official United States federal agency. Other IP, such as trade secrets, require the owner, be that an individual or a company, to create their own protection strategy.

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If you have a product, service, expression, or idea that you want to protect and are not sure where to start, consult with an experienced Intellectual Property attorney to guide you. Intellectual property law is complex, and protections can be lost if requirements are not carefully followed.

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