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As a patent attorney, one of my primary areas of expertise is intellectual property law. If you’re interested in protecting your creations, it’s important to understand the basics of intellectual property protection.

Intellectual property refers to any intangible creation of the human mind, such as inventions, designs, art, and music. There are three main types of intellectual property protection: patents, trademarks, and copyrights.

Patents protect inventions and are granted to the inventor for a limited period of time. Trademarks protect the brand or logo of a company or product, while copyrights protect creative works such as books, music, and movies.

If you’re a creator, it’s important to understand the type of intellectual property protection that’s right for your work. A patent attorney can help you navigate the complexities of intellectual property law and ensure that your creations are properly protected.