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How to Protect Intellectual Property During a Kickstarter

Tips to help you plan and run a successful campaign.

by Artofthekickstart » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:53 pm

This week on our podcast we spoke with Vincent LoTempio, an intellectual property attorney who has worked with many exciting products, including the Selfie Stick! Tune in to learn more about:

-The difference between a utility patent, a design patent, a trademark and a copyright
-Why an inventor should file for a patent or trademark
-When an inventor or crowdfunder should file for a patent application
-How project creators can protect their crowdfunding campaigns from knock offs
-Why provisional patent applications are important for crowdfunders

Check it out: https://artofthekickstart.com/advice-crowdfunders-intellectual-property-attorney-aotk214/

What steps have you taken to protect your IP?
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by p90xsmalls » Tue Jan 02, 2018 6:04 pm

I think that most campaigns you hear from here are so small that protecting IP is the least of their concerns. Just getting funded is hard enough.
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