Know which Intellectual Property protects your work rightly
Intellectual Property is the most valuable asset to any organization. By referring to Intellectual Property, it means the creation of some intangible asset with respect to business and its operations. Intellectual Property is the creation of the mind, which can be protected under respective Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Law. IPR primarily encompasses Trade Marks, Copyrights and Patents apart from Designs, Geographical Indication, etc. Each category of IPR protects or covers a different group of properties and work. Therefore choosing a right category is required to safeguard your work and business property.
Trademark represents the brand value or goodwill of the business. It covers a brand name, logo, symbol, device, numerals or a combination of both that can be represented graphically.
Patent registration grants a right to inventor(s) to stop others from dealing into their inventions. The inventor can protect the invention through provisional and permanent registration.
Copyright is an absolute and assignable right granted to the creator of the original works. It protects works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works.