2000 - Copyright and Patent Law Applied to the Manufacturing Jeweler

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2000 - Copyright and Patent Law Applied to the Manufacturing Jeweler

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What does a manufacturing jeweler need to know about patent and copyright laws to protect his intellectual property and to avoid infringing on the protected property of others? What jewelry designs can and cannot be copyrighted? How can those you cannot copyright be protected by design patents? What are the different kinds of patents used by jewelers and how do they relate to your product and your process? Do you know how to copyright a collection? Why does the U.S. Pattent Office frown on copyrights for some stone jewelry? In this presentation, these questions are answered in layman's terms so you will have a basic understanding of how these laws can work for or against you.

Author: Stephen E. Feldman

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