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Novel & Non-Obvious

Jun 30, 2021

From recipes, to proprietary techniques, to business processes, the restaurant business has more IP concerns than it might at first appear. That's a fact that Joan Kanner, co-founder of Bottoms Up Bagels in Baltimore, MD knows all too well.
On this week's episode of The Novel & Non-Obvious Podcast, she and Yoriko...

Jun 23, 2021

Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs) have recently become the subject of much discussion and controversy. People are understandably confused about what NFTs are, what rights they confer, how they can be sold or bought, and how they are made.

But NFTs come with some fairly basic intellectual property implications that are easy to...

Jun 16, 2021

No good idea happens in a vacuum. Entrepreneurs have to contend with the market and who else is serving the same product to their target audience, and patent filings are the boxing ring where this showdown begins.

Understanding your competitor’s patent filings, vis-a-vis their patent portfolio, is your window into...

Jun 9, 2021

The 3D Printing Store helps business add the flexibility and convenience of additive manufacturing to their processes without having to invest in costly 3D printing equipment themselves.
But what intellectual property considerations do manufacturers like The 3D Printing Store and its customers face when creating...

Jun 2, 2021

It’s not a rumor: Many VCs and other investors will not sign NDAs during initial discussions. The challenge for founders, then, is to get them to that second discussion when they are willing to take more interest in you and are willing to sign that NDA.

Should you be worried about putting your IP at risk?...