Patent and Invention Help Forum
Patent and Inventing Discussion => Marketing, Licensing, and Selling an Invention => Topic started by: atouk on March 17, 2017, 03:21:28 PM
If the invention or device is given a unique name in the PPA and the item is shopped around for a partner or distributor using that name, does the PPA extend any copyright or trade name protection?
No. There is no protection for a name based on what is used in the PPA.
Thank's for the quick reply. Also, the free advice here goes above and beyond.
That being said, I look forward to being a pain in the ass in the future with more questions. ;D