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Intellectual Property Law
The kind of property that results from the fruits of mental labor is called intellectual property. Rights and protections for owners of intellectual property are based on federal patent, trademark and copyright laws and state trade secret laws. In general, patents protect inventions of tangible things; copyrights protect various forms of written and artistic expression; and trademarks protect a name or symbol that identifies the source of goods or services.
Related Journals of Intellectual Property Law
Political Sciences & Public Affairs, Intellectual Property Rights, Sociology and Criminology, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law, Journal of Intellectual Property, The Journal of World Intellectual Property