What is Intellectual Property (IP)?
Intellectual Property refers to works of the mind, i.e., creative and scientific works, as well as technical inventions that can be protected from imitation. This includes musical, literary and artistic works, as well as inventions or designs protectable under trademark, copyright or patent laws.
Intellectual Property aims to reward and incentivize individuals and corporations to create and invent new things by providing them exclusive rights to their work. Depending on the type of creation and jurisdiction, rules on how to claim and enforce these rights might vary.
Career Opportunities in Intellectual Property
There are professions based on apprenticeships as well as ones requiring studies in the fields of law, natural science or engineering. Read the below job profiles to learn more about the different career opportunities in the world of Intellectual Property.
Intellectual Property Jobs by Location
IP Jobs in the United States
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