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    Safeguard Your Clients' Innovations with Intellectual Property in Wisconsin

    Whether you are a seasoned professional in advising clients on protecting their trade secrets or expanding your practice to defend against copyright infringement claims, Intellectual Property in Wisconsin is the leading resource to support your practice.
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    April 18, 2018 – Advising a start-up business on trademarks? Need to assist a client with their soon-to-be world famous donut maker?

    Safeguard your clients’ intellectual property with guidance from Intellectual Property in Wisconsin from State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE®.

    This single-volume treatise contains practical and substantive content to help you guide your clients in protecting their most valuable assets.

    Extensive Discussion, Concise Guidance

    Intellectual Property in Wisconsin includes extensive discussion on major topics in intellectual property practice from copyright protection to the specifics of Wisconsin advertising law.

    Attorneys can find concise guidance on topics such as protecting the content and title of a published work, avoiding the dreaded “merely descriptive” designation, and monetizing intellectual property through strategic licensing engagements.

    Detailed Analysis

    Advising a start-up business on trademarks? Intellectual Property in Wisconsin includes detailed analysis to assist professionals in counseling clients on mark selection and registration. Learn about the examination stage, filing six-year affidavits to support incontestability, and the fundamentals of opposition and infringement matters.

    For patents, the resource outlines the various types of patentable subject matter, strategy on application issues, and handling scenarios involving joint inventors. Need to know the importance and purpose of documenting the invention? The book provides detailed guidance on corroborating the inventor’s activities in establishing the act of invention.

    How to Order

    Intellectual Property in Wisconsin is available in print and online through Books Unbound®, the State Bar’s interactive online library. The print book costs $149 for members and $189 for nonmembers (both plus tax and shipping).

    Online access to this resource through Books UnBound costs $159 for members and $199 for nonmembers (single-user prices; call for firm pricing). Subscribers to the State Bar’s automatic supplementation service will receive future updates at a discount off the regular price.

    For more information or to place an order, visit WisBar’s Marketplace, or call the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838.




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