What Rights Do I Have for Intellectual Property?
Intellectual property rights are an important area protecting different property rights such as protecting your real property, protecting your house, personal property, protecting your car, or any other physical property that you may own. Intellectual property rights protect your own creative endeavors. There are a lot of For example, the founders of our country thought it was important enough to include protection of intellectual property rights in the United States Constitution, the basic document which frames our country’s government. Intellectual property, unlike physical property such as your home, can consist of a song you write, a photo you take, or an invention you come up with. Pieces of intellectual property are just as important as any other piece of property that you own and should not be discounted.
In fact, in Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution, in addition to providing Congress with the right to coin money and to raise an army, it believed it was important enough to protect intellectual property rights to “promote the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.” All of this was thought to be important to the public interest. If you have a facet of intellectual property, it would be wise to contact an experienced IP attorney who can assist you in protecting what is rightfully yours.
Contact the Law Offices of Richard E. Novak today to discuss the facts and circumstances surrounding your New Jersey traffic, intellectual property or business litigation matters.