Welcome to Inventive Law Inc.
Intellectual Property Law Office in Auburn, CA
About Inventive Law Inc.
The Legal Professionals at Inventive Law Inc. Are Committed To The Protection Of Inventions, Brand Names, and Copyrighted Works.
We Handle All Aspects Of Intellectual Property, Including Patents, Trademarks, And Copyrights. We Offer Free Consultations To Evaluate All Aspects Of Your Intellectual Property, Your Business Goals, And Your Strategy For Adding Value To Your Business Through Your Intellectual Property.
What we do.
A TRADEMARK IS A WORD, NAME, SYMBOL, OR PERCEIVABLE INDICIA, WHICH IS USED TO INDICATE THE ORIGIN OF A PRODUCT AND TO DISTINGUISH THAT PRODUCT FROM OTHERS. SIMILARLY, A SERVICE MARK IDENTIFIES AND DISTINGUISHES A SERVICE RATHER THAN A PRODUCT. IN SOME CASES, A COLOR, SMELL, OR SOUND CAN BE TRADEMARKED.
COPYRIGHTS PROTECT AUTHORS OF “ORIGINAL WORKS” WHETHER THEY ARE PUBLISHED OR UNPUBLISHED. THE 1976 COPYRIGHT ACT GENERALLY GIVES THE COPYRIGHT OWNERS THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO:
– Prepare derivative works
– Make and distribute copies
– Perform or display the copyrighted work publicly.
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On February 5, 2015, Rep. Goodlatte reintroduced his patent reform bill: the Innovation Act. Co-sponsors already include the bipartisan group of Reps. Defazio, Issa, Nadler, Smith, Lofgren, Chabot, Eschoo, Forbees, Pierlusi, Chaffetz, Jeffries, Marino, Farenthold, Holding, Johnson, Huffman, Honda, and Larsen. [Source: Patently-O]
It’s already possible to use your smartphone in place of a wallet, and now it seems Apple wants your iPhone to replace your car keys. A patent granted this week hints that Apple is working on technology that would allow a driver to use their iPhone or possibly an Apple Watch to access their car. […]
Modern cars are littered with a minefield of knobs and dials to distract drivers as they hurtle down highways. Many drivers are further distracted by looking down at smartphones doubling as GPS devices and stereos, dashboard touchscreens, and children in the backseat. [Source: QZ.com]
We recently took a look at the Big Three in American auto manufacturing. Today, we’re increasing our coverage of innovation in vehicles by taking a look at the recent inventions from a trio of major automobile manufacturers based in Japan: Nissan Motor Company Ltd. of Yokohama, Honda Motor Co. of Tokyo, and the Toyota Motor […]
With both sides of the aisle focusing on bettering the middle class this new Legislative session, Congress should consider determining how to better protect the intellectual property of innovative Americans. America’s knowledge-based economy requires international treaties and enforcement of current laws to keep American IP safe and to encourage innovation. [Source: The Hill]
The current outlook for legislative patent reform in 2015 is not so much whether reforms will be enacted but instead how far they will go. In a Chamber of Commerce IP event on November 18, Representative Goodlatte and Senator Coons will discuss their outlook on IP legislation in the new term. Source: http://patentlyo.com/patent/2014/11/update-patent-reform.html
Google announced Monday that it would be opening up its very own patent marketplace. “We invite you to sell us your patents. The Patent Purchase Promotion is an experimental marketplace for patents that’s simple, easy to use, and fast,” said the company in a blog post. This new program looks like its going to be a straight […]
The American auto industry is anchored by a trio of Michigan-based corporations known within the industry as the Big Three: General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) of Detroit, Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) of Dearborn and Chrysler Group LLC of Auburn Hills. These manufacturers have seen some positive developments in their sales departments recently, having all […]
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Ralph Lauren Corp lost some ground on Wednesday in its long-running trademark fight with the United States Polo Association over the use of its logo depicting a horse-mounted polo player swinging a mallet.