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A patent is an intellectual property right granted by the government to an inventor of a machine, process, composition of matter, or article of manufacturing.  The invention must be “new, useful, and non-obvious.”  An invention’s ability to meet this criteria is referred to as its patentability. Patents are mentioned in the constitution, along with copyrights. …

You Created It, You Own It, You Need to Protect It By Thomas Stanton, Esq. Managing Shareholder, Stanton IP Law Firm, P.A. As a former business owner, the topic of protecting our Intellectual Property (IP) rarely, if ever, came up in conversation. We were too focused on acquiring customers, streamlining processes to provide better service,…

  Stanton IP Law Firm to leverage over 15 years in the technology industry to revolutionize the traditional law firm model in order to deliver results oriented, client centric representation to clients nationwide.  The law firm will be focused on protecting, enforcing, and monetizing intellectual property rights for businesses and individuals Thomas H. Stanton, former…

By: Thomas Stanton, Esq. International law exists for two primary reasons: 1) public welfare; and 2) political welfare. Under the public welfare model, international law can only survive in areas that benefit the public welfare of the countries involved. Without the continuous benefit to the public the international law will deteriorate. Under the political welfare…

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