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by Richard Stim Attorney,Gregory Aharonian


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This book explains how to get patents for art and entertainment, in. .

Lionel S. Sobel Entertainment Law Reporter 20090101). Art and entertainment are supposed to be too elusive to define and patent; yet, this book brings to light the fact that it's possible to pin those definitions down after all - then patent them. You can't go wrong with all the possibilities shown in this book. Gregory Aharonian and Richard Stim have you covered on so many fronts within the art and entertainment venues, you can only succeed. Even better, you've got nothing to lose.

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Many legal experts argue that copyright law is dying, that artists and entertainers need a new approach to intellectual property protection. Patenting Art & Entertainment provides an answer. This book shows that patent law can protect the methods and processes used to create art and entertainment -- as well as the design and appearance of products. Included are examples in the fields of painting. graphic art, music, architecture, film, furniture design and much more! Co-authored by Gregory Aharonian and Richard Stim, the book shows how to document the creation of your art and entertainment inventions, apply for and obtain a design patent, get a utility patent and do a patent search. Patenting Art & Entertainment provides in-depth (but concise) information of all aspects of this cutting-edge method. It covers how the creation of arts and entertainment became formal sciences, the limitations of copyrights, how the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office handles such applications -- and more.

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Quemal
I picked this book up thinking that applying patent and related law to art and entertainment was a rather narrow focus but found the book to be both interesting and comprehensive. Changes in the area of intellectual property protection in recent years, particularly regarding the practices of the US Patent and Trademark Office, have blurred the lines of protection in some areas of the law. The art and entertainment areas are good examples where the changes have had the most effect and practitioners in those fields are well advised to become familiar with them. The book clearly describes some of the most ambiguous areas and does an excellent job of describing why and when some forms of intellectual property protection may be more suitable than others. It also deals concretely with the issue of costs and - egads - when someone might actually want to retain an attorney. My quibbles with the book are minor. Patent infringement cases do not necessarily cost $500,000 to prosecute and many cases involving inventions with modest commercial success are resolved at much less cost. Also, in terms of the efficacy of protection, nothing beats a timely registered copyright in terms of recovery for time and cost expended. But these are my opinions and others may (and probably do) disagree. In any case, the candid and practical guidance in this book will be of interest to anyone working in the creative fields irrespective of whether they have invented new ways to create art, designed bigger and better inflatable dolls, or developed new designs for clothing and accessories.
Cogelv
This book has got everything and anything a nascent patent seeker needs to go it alone, and even the tools if one needs more than one's own help. It is full of example after example of those who've gone before and succeeded where naysayers so often have said "it can't be done." Art and entertainment are supposed to be too elusive to define and patent; yet, this book brings to light the fact that it's possible to pin those definitions down after all - then patent them.

You can't go wrong with all the possibilities shown in this book. Gregory Aharonian and Richard Stim have you covered on so many fronts within the art and entertainment venues, you can only succeed. Even better, you've got nothing to lose. Even if you're denied a patent by the USPTO - and they're blunt about that possibility here - you won't always regret not having tried, or even wonder, "What if I had tried"?

Patenting is part art unto itself. Add to that the eclectic theories and arguments pro and con of this still-growing discipline, and you have a very unique niche of law of which to be part.

This book gives you every tool you could need as a novice (and even not-so-novice) self-patent seeker. It even gives detailed advice on how to get a professional, a.k.a., lawyer, to help you on more complicated matters best not left to one's self.
Patenting Art & Entertainment: New Strategies for Protecting Creative Ideas (PATENTING ART AND ENTERTAINMENT) download epub
Intellectual Property
Author: Richard Stim Attorney,Gregory Aharonian
ISBN: 1413300324
Category: Law
Subcategory: Intellectual Property
Language: English
Publisher: NOLO; First Edition edition (July 25, 2004)
Pages: 346 pages