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What is Intellectual PropertyIntellectual Property can be generally thought of as a bundle of legal rights in intangible assets that resulted from the creative work of one or more individuals.  There are four basic classifications of Intellectual Property Rights which include: Copyrights, Trademarks, Trade Secrets, and Patents.  Such rights are  protected both domestically and internationally.

 

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