It is safe to say that most modern business owners in California work hard to create memorable brands in order to stay abreast of, or rise above, their competition. In this technology-rich world, having a brand is one of the most effective ways of communicating the quality and value of your goods or services to consumers.
Recently, Riot, a major gaming software company with offices around the globe targeted another game developer in a California lawsuit. Riot alleges that Shanghai Moonton, the creator of Mobile Legends, engaged in copyright infringement when developing the game. According to reports, Mobile Legends is strikingly similar to Riot's game, League of Legends.
Logos are typically unique, reflecting a business or company's brand and style. It seems as if no one would dare to take an existing logo and use it for his or her own purposes, but it actually happens quite often. Sometimes, they attempt to tweak the logo just enough to make it seem different. For example, the logo's color may be altered or something might be added to the logo's initial design.
Are you a California inventor? Have you been thinking about getting a patent for your invention? If you said yes to either of these two questions then you should do everything you can to learn about patent law.