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Primers and White Papers
CARR Law Firm PLLC - Intellectual Property Lawyers in Dallas, Texas
CARR Intellectual Property attorneys publish white papers and primers on various aspects of Intellectual Property law. These publications represent the firm's viewpoints and are provided for educational purposes. The links on the left provide a variety of additional resources. IP Primers & Audits contains a sample internal review that an entity could perform to assess their intellectual property assets and a due diligence review for identify the merits of a transaction; In the News contains articles and publications from CARR's attorneys on developments in IP law. Events and Presentations contain presentations by members of the firm. Industry Links are helpful IP related links and Industry News contains recent IP related news stories.
Patent Preparation Process
To help companies understand the patent preparation process, CARR Law Firm PLLC
has developed a white paper with an overview of the steps, timeline and fees
typically associated with the patent process. If you are considering
patenting an invention and would like to receive a copy of this
white paper, please contact us.
Trademark Protection Process
To help companies understand the trademark protection process, CARR Law Firm PLLC
has developed a white paper overview of trademark selection and prosecution process, along with the associated legal and official filing fees. If you would like
to receive a copy of this white paper, please contact us.
Framework to Protect Intellectual Property (.pdf)
For companies seeking basic information on Intellectual Property, this framework provides a quick explanation of the forms of Intellectual Property and a clear approach to creating legal barriers and protecting valuable information.
Ensuring Proper Patent Protection (.pdf)
The patent process should be viewed as a systematic approach to protecting Intellectual Property and boosting company valuation. This article reviews the process and key steps for companies today by using an illustrative example of The Wright Bros. patent.
Court Denies Experimental Use Exception in Academic Research (.pdf)
A recent Federal Circuit case indicated that academic research is no longer exempt from patent infringement claims. To better outline the potential implications, CARR has developed an Academic Bulletin containing an overview of the case and considerations for educational institutions.
For additional resources, review the firm's selection of articles or contact a CARR Intellectual Property lawyer.