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A patent is a property right given by the US government to exclude others from using a particular technology or design. There are three types of patents: utility patents; design patents; and plant patents. A utility patent protects the functionality of a technology. A design patent protects the way an object looks – or ornamental features of an object. A plant patent protects a new plant breed.
Trademarks and Servicemarks
A trademark is a word, phrase, and/or design which identifies to consumers the source of a good. A trademark displays to potential buyers of the good - that the good is coming from the same company.
A servicemark is a word, phrase, and/or design which identifies to consumers the source of a service. A servicemark displays to potential buyers of the service - that the service is coming from the same company.
A copyright is protection for an author of a creative works – which can be written, audio, and/or visual.
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