Intellectual Property: Learn How to Protect Your Ideas

Brock, Jack

If you have a great idea, there may be people that wish to copy your idea. Although it is said, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” many times imitation will not compensate you for your idea unless you have adequate legal protection.

If you are 50 years or older and want to learn more about ways to protect your intellectual property, including a brief overview of copyright, patent and trademark law, East Carolina University offers a class through the Lifelong Learning Program.  To learn more, visit the ECU Lifelong Learning Program.

For questions about Intellectual Property or other civil litigation matters, please contact Jack Brock at 252-321-2020.