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Jenkins On Your Desktop: Patent, Copyright & Trademark Collection on Nolo

Do you have a patent, copyright, or trademark question but you're not an intellectual property attorney? Check out the Patent, Copyright & Trademark collection on the Nolo database. Nolo publications are written for non-specialists and can be a great place to start legal research in an unfamiliar area of law.

Titles available in this collection include Copyright Handbook: What Every Writer Needs to Know, Legal Guide to Web & Software Development, Nolo's Patents for Beginners, Patent, Copyright & Trademark, and Trademark: Legal Care for Your Business & Product Name.

Nolo is a membership database available to all Jenkins members. For additional help with this or any of our member databases, contact our reference librarians at 215.574.1505, email us at research@jenkinslaw.org, or chat with us.

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