In his byline article for Young Upstarts titled “Battling Big Business Bullies On The IP Playground: Minimizing The Risk Of Intellectual Property Litigation,” associate Chris Rosario explains how startups may avoid unnecessary IP litigation. He says, “the best way to avoid IP litigation is to prepare for IP litigation, and the only way to prepare is to know the rules.”
Chris reviews three types of IP – trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets – and discusses how entrepreneurs may identify each. However, he explains, “no amount of preparation may completely preclude the possibility of bullying by big business.”
To read the article, visit Young Upstarts.