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Creating is hard work. Protecting what you create doesn't have to be.
After working hard to bring a creation to life, the last thing you want to do is deal with all the paperwork needed to file a patent, copyright or trademark application. But protecting your rights is one of the most important things you can do to ensure that you get the full value of
your work.
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Common Questions
U.S. Patent Laws Have Changed

As of March 16, 2013, if the USPTO receives two or more applications for the same invention, patent rights will be awarded to the first person to file… even if they were not the first to invent!

Learn more about the new law

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