Any intellectual property broker here?

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JohnnyDoe

Schrödinger's guy
Mentor Group Gold
I have a (to be) patented invention in the defense/security sector and several registered IP in the entertainment industry that I am interested to sell.
If anyone works in these fields please pm me for a collab
 

sergeylim88

Active Member
how does protecting ip work?
where do you register the patent (which country, or each and every individual one has to be done)?
 

sergeylim88

Active Member
i don't have any that i need protected, i just wondered how you do it
i guess there is ip agency in us, then in eu...and you have to file for protection at both
also what about rest of the world (japan, australia, asia(doubt anything will work in china)...)?

always nice talking with you johnny you are a source of good infos, i always learn something new
 

JohnnyDoe

Schrödinger's guy
Mentor Group Gold
i don't have any that i need protected, i just wondered how you do it
i guess there is ip agency in us, then in eu...and you have to file for protection at both
also what about rest of the world (japan, australia, asia(doubt anything will work in china)...)?

always nice talking with you johnny you are a source of good infos, i always learn something new
Registering a patent is a complicated matter and you definitely need the assistance of a patent attorney. It is possible to register it all over the world. In the US, you do that with the USPTO.

TMs are simpler and much less expensive to register and you can do it by yourself, including a worldwide registration. In the US you do that with the USPTO, in the EU with the EUIPO etc. It can be done online and the Madrid protocol allows for easy extension of the registration worldwide.

It’s not a legal requirement to formally register an IP, but it’s a smart thing to do as the registration proves ownership as a matter of public records and until disproven. Challenging a registered IP is a very hard task.

The problem with patents is that your invention becomes of public domain, so someone can always “improve” it by changing a few details (or just copy it and wait for your lawsuit). So sometimes it is better to keep the patent in “pending” status.
 
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