Whereas real property law deals with rights relating to real estate and other tangible physical property, intellectual property law was developed to protect the product of our creative imagination. The umbrella of intellectual property covers a wide range of topics, generally narrowed down to the categories of trademark, patent, and copyright law. Trademark law is focused on the regulation and protection of source indicators, such as product brands or company names. Patent law protects inventions or discoveries, while copyright law protects the fixed expression of a work of authorship.
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