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I would recommend upwards of three locations: - Austria - Canada - Wherever you are primarily doing business If your CEO is simply from Austria, and not doing business there, I don't think protection is necessary. If you are selling / presenting in the US (for example), I would strongly recomme...

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Firstly investigate if there is anything trademarked or patentable (I doubt the latter due to court cases like Alice killing off a huge amount of business process patents). Just don't do anything completely stupid like steal any copy from the site and repost it. The fact is that there is no end...

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First of all your material is protected through the copyright, but in order to collect any damages the copyright needs to be registered, so do that first. You should have a good argument because you have invoices they paid for training in the material so if they copy it fairly closely you could c...

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I can guide how sell all , and share with you my the sites i use and even connect you with some investor who buy from me app and maybe intersting in yours.

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You can get a trademark to protect against infringements on your domain name. It is essential for a online business. It is used for branded domain names. For an intellectual property as your domain name it is an intangible right, the benefit you'll get of ownership is that you the owner has a rig...

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Since you do not have a duty to disclose prior art to the USPTO, you could approach your competitor and try to negotiate a license for their patent pending technology. However, there are two caveats to this approach. First, your competitor does have a duty to disclose prior art to the USPTO. If ...

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If the person doesn't have a patent, trademark, or copyright on the thing you want to copy, then you can copy as much as you want. Current IP law in the USA is "first to file" (see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_to_file_and_first_to_invent) If the person has any of those things, and you wa...

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Hi: Your rationale here is decent, but you run the risk of trampling all over copyright issues. And ending up in a legal soup as a result. Giving credit does not absolve you of profiting off someone else's creation. And just because it's available for free doesn't mean there's no copyright protec...

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Hi. I am not a lawyer in the US so I cannot offer you a legal answer her, BUT try approaching the EFF as their Staff Attorney Daniel Nazer is "Mark Cuban Chair to Eliminate Stupid Patents. See here: https://www.eff.org/press/releases/staff-attorney-daniel-nazer-becomes-new-mark-cuban-chair-elimin...

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