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Copyrights versus Patents to Protect Software Innovations. IP For Start-Ups, Part V. [VIDEO]

In this fifth “IP for Start-Ups” video, “Copyrights versus Patents to Protect Software Innovations”, Mike discusses the pros and cons of using copyrights or patents to protect your software.

There are advantages and challenges inherent in either approach, and Mike provides insights into each. He gives particular attention to the Alice Corp v CLS Bank Int’l decision at the US Supreme Court which made it much harder to patent software.

You can find the rest of the series herehereherehere and here

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Michael Van Loy Intellectual Property Attorney Mintz Law Firm
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Michael is a skilled patent attorney and technology protection strategist. He works with both growing and established companies to create, manage, and improve patent portfolios both domestically and internationally with a keen focus on enforceability and business value. He combines a deep and broad technical background with extensive experience developing innovative legal strategies to address patentability challenges involving the mechanical arts, materials science, and computer-implemented technologies (including inhaler technologies, database management, manufacturing techniques,...

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