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E07: What’s So Important About IP?

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I don't think that you can protect your intellectual property too early once it's been developed. But I think you can certainly protect it too late. Don't wait too long. Just know that protecting your IP is very important for your business and the success of your business.

- Asha Wilkerson, Esq.

Episode Summary:

This week we kick off a series all about intellectual property, also commonly known as IP. IP refers to the intangible works of the mind, such as inventions, designs, literary and artistic works, symbols, names, and images used in business. Generally, all companies own some form of intellectual property. Some of the most common types of IP law consist of copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets.  In this episode, I talk about these types of IP and why it’s essential to protect these assets as you build your business. 

What You’ll Learn On This Episode:

  • [01:42] The four different types of intellectual property (IP) law 
  • [06:04] Why it is important to protect your intellectual property
  • [13:16] Suggested next steps in protecting your intellectual property
 

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About author:
Asha Wilkerson is the founder of The Wilkerson Law Office, P.C. Ms. Wilkerson provides skilled advice and counsel to for-profit, non-profit, and faith-based organizations in the areas of business and employment law. Her mission is to preserve the longevity of your business by ensuring that every aspect of your organization is legally sound and operating in compliance with state and federal law.

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