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November 2018 Archives

Colorado nurses in danger of a toxic work environment

The medical field is one of the most stressful work industries out there. While most jobs deal with selling commodities, doctors and nurses focus on saving or prolonging the lives of as many patients as they can. Even the slightest mistake could be costly for an individual in the long run.

Protecting trade secrets and intellectual property

Companies in Denver, Colorado, are understandably concerned about protecting their trade secrets. Although not all trade secrets are as renowned as the formula for Coca-Cola or the recipe for Colonel Sanders chicken, most businesses have proprietary information that they do not want released to the public. This could include things like the methods they use to carry out their business and manufacturing techniques.

How startups obtain large capital investments

Generally speaking, startups are more likely to get funding if they have a proven product or service. They are also more likely to stand out if they have a rapid growth rate. However, these are not the only attributes that new and emerging Colorado companies must have to obtain financing. For instance, they must be able to show how their product or service will be faring in five or 10 years.

USPTO warns of unauthorized trademark file changes

People and businesses in Colorado may be concerned about an alert issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on Oct. 19. The agency sent a message warning about a scam that aims to hijack trademark files for their use in third-party brand registries. This scheme was discovered after multiple trademark holders found that there had been changes to their files at the USPTO that they did not authorize. The changes affected both applications and completed registrations.