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How Musicians and Artists Can Protect Their Work

If you worked hard and created something, no one should be allowed to profit from it except you. Find out how musicians and artists should protect their work.

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What Is Cybersquatting and How to Deal With It

Protecting intellectual property includes understanding cybersquatting. Learn about why people resort to this cybercrime and how it can affect your business.

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Trademark Engine Celebrates “Great Place to Work” Certification

Trademark Engine is Great Place to Work certified! Read some of our employee testimonials to see what makes our company so special.

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Receiving Your Trademark or Copyright — What Comes Next?

Do you know what to do after receiving your trademark or copyright? Discover how to protect and maintain your registration.

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Protecting Your Intellectual Property as an Independent Musician

Unsure how to prevent original music theft? Here’s how to protect your intellectual property as an independent musician.

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Trademarks vs. Copyrights: Which Best Suits Your Requirements?

Learn the differences between a trademark and copyright registration to choose the one best option to protect your intellectual property.

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Why Should You Get a Trademark or Copyright?

Why should you get a trademark or copyright? There are many reasons, each of which demonstrates why applying for protection benefits you.

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What’s the Difference Between Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights?

What is the difference between a patent, a trademark, and a copyright? Discover the answers here to find out how and when each applies.

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How To Name Your Nonprofit

Need a name for your new nonprofit? Read this guide to help you conjure up a name that remains relevant as your organization grows and changes.

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The International Trademark System & Madrid Protocol Explained

The Madrid Protocol makes it easy to register your trademark in up to 110 countries. Learn why you might want an international trademark and how to get started.

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