Does Your Employee Own Your Intellectual Property?

Does Your Employee Own Your Intellectual Property?

If you have employees on your team, you might be wondering, do you own the intellectual property that they create? Under the United States Copyright Law, the creator of a copyrightable work is deemed to be the author and owner of the work’s copyright, with the sole...
Copycats: Inspiration vs. Infringement

Copycats: Inspiration vs. Infringement

Have you ever wondered where the line is between inspiration and infringement in a world and society driven by the norms of social media? The line is getting thinner and thinner because we’ve been trained to not only repost other people’s content but also...
Why Reinvent the Wheel, License What You Got

Why Reinvent the Wheel, License What You Got

As entrepreneurs, we’re often told to create new revenue streams and new content. Let’s be honest, it can be very overwhelming and exhausting to be in a constant state of creation.    What if I tell you that instead of creating new content, you don’t need...
It’s Time to Own Your Brand

It’s Time to Own Your Brand

You may already know about the three types of intellectual property: patents, trademarks, and copyright. In this article, we’ll dive deeper into one of these intellectual property rights—trademarks. What are trademarks? And why is it important to have one for your...