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September Saper Law Seminar: “IP Valuation and Trade Secret Protection: What are your customer lists and ‘special sauces’ really worth?”

If you missed the September Saper Law Seminar on IP Valuation and Trade Secret Protection, you can view and download Daliah Saper’s presentation below. What is Intellectual Property, and how do I establish such rights?  How much is my Intellectual Property worth?  What steps must I take to protect my trade secret, copyright, patent, or […]

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July Saper Law Seminar: “Brand Creation: From Conception to Protection”

If you missed this month’s seminar on Trademarks and the procedures involved in receiving registration on your Trademark, you can download the presentation below. What is a Trademark?  What is required for Trademark registration?  What is involved in the Trademark registration application process?  Find the answers to these Trademark questions and more by viewing the […]

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Saper Law Announces the Launch of Seminars at Saper Law

In conjunction with a move to our new River North office space located at 500 North Dearborn, Suite 1200, Saper Law will be hosting a monthly seminar series geared towards creative entrepreneurs and innovative business organizations.Our first Seminar will be held on Tuesday July 15 and will explore the creative and legal processess behind developing […]

Daliah Saper is Guest Columnist for ICNC

Posted Monday, June 17, 2008 Daliah Saper is this month’s Industrial Council of Nearwest Chicago featured guest columnist.  In her June 2008 ICN article, she writes about topics in intellectual property law, including trademarks, copyrights, and patents.  Daliah explains the advantages entrepreneurs and business owners secure from protecting the value of their intellectual property.  The […]

Are Your Trademarks Being Used by Other Companies on Google?

Saper Law Offices assists businesses in all areas of trademark law, from registration and filing to litigation. The following article serves as an overview of the effect search engine marketing and Internet “keyword” advertising through Google’s search engine has on a business’s trademark. For a case specific consultation regarding (1) whether or not your use […]

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Five Things Every Software Developer Should Know About Intellectual Property

Updated May 2017. It is essential for every Software Developer to have a firm grasp of intellectual property rights and how they apply to the Software Industry. Intellectual property is an umbrella term for various types of rights individuals or businesses can have in their names, creative works, and inventions. Software developers need a solid […]

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What Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Intellectual Property

Intellectual property is an umbrella term for various types of rights an individual or business can have in their names, creative works, and inventions. A firm grasp of intellectual property is important for every entrepreneur – even if you’re not a musician or inventor. An understanding of intellectual property rights can help you protect your […]

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Domain Name Disputes

What is a domain name? A domain name is an address on the Internet where a web page can be found. The Domain Name System (DNS) makes the Internet easier to navigate. Each computer on the Internet has a unique address known as its Internet Protocol (IP) address. An IP address is a long string […]

Trademark Basics

What is a trademark? Any word, name, symbol, or device, or any combination, used, or intended to be used, in commerce to identify and distinguish the goods of one manufacturer or seller from goods manufactured or sold by others, and to indicate the source of the goods. The purpose of a trademark is to prevent […]

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