Sunday, March 18, 2007

From Edison to iPod: Protect Your Ideas and Make Money

Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, a leading firm in the field of trademark, copyright, design and unfair competition law, announced today that firm partner, Larry Apolzon has co-authored with Fred Mostert,From Edison to iPod: Protect Your Ideas and Make Money,” a guide to demystifying intellectual property.

The book provides entrepreneurs, writers, artists, designers, musicians, inventors and other business professionals and creative people with practical information and tips to enable them to protect their creations. In everyday language, “From Edison to iPod” explains intellectual property including trademarks, copyrights, design patents, trade secrets and utility patents. In its review, Publishers Weekly noted, “The authors have boiled down their message so well that a single two-page chart serves as a terrific crib sheet for the entire resource.”

The publisher, DK Publishing, worked closely with the authors to present a varied and colorful display of creations that have become established icons accompanied by informative captions to inspire and guide the reader.

From Edison to iPod: Protect Your Ideas and Make Money [ISBN: 978-0-7566-2602-0] was released this month by DK Publishing, which is part of Penguin Group.

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