To be a successful business, you need a comprehensive and strategic plan for intellectual property protection of technical developments and enhancements, including design elements.

A strong intellectual property portfolio provides several competitive advantages for robotics companies of all sizes—whether positioning for investment or sale, protecting from competitive threat in the marketplace, or building a strong brand name.

Finnegan attorneys are passionate about robotics and appreciate your interest in learning more about the value of IP strategy in achieving your business goals.

This article series, as contributed to Robotics Business Review, provides insight and consideration towards securing meaningful IP protection across the robotics industry at large.

From a comparison of patents and trade secrets to a three-part series on IP rights protection when seeking government funding, Finnegan attorneys have considered several key issues for robotics companies.

For more in-depth coverage of these topics and more on intellectual property, we encourage you to visit:

Our website: Finnegan; or our Robotics Team: Finnegan Robotics

Table of Contents:

I. Patents or Trade Secrets: The Choice Is Yours
II. Design-Patent Protection for Modern Robotics Companies What to Do When the Face of Your Robot Becomes the “Face” of Your Company
III. Patent Eligibility of Software in the Wake of the Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Decision
IV. Conducting R&D with Government Funding Great Idea, but How Do We Protect Our Intellectual Property Rights? Part 1 of 3
V. Conducting R&D with Government Funding Great Idea, but How Do We Protect Our Intellectual Property Rights? Part 2 of 3
VI. Conducting R&D with Government Funding Great Idea, but How Do We Protect Our Intellectual Property Rights? Part 3 of 3
VII. Additional Finnegan Resources
VIII. About Finnegan

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