Legal first steps to protect ourselves
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Posted by Carra on January 21, 2001 at 10:05:15:
My husband and I are in the planning stages of
building a board game(s) aimed at the primary
educational audience (grades 1-6). We need some
information to protect ourselves. The plan is to
get the proper legal protections in place
(i.e. trademarks, patents, copywrights) so when we
develop and preview our game, we are protected. This
idea can be expanded upon for areas of education, and
we believe with the proper protections in place for
the original game, follow-up games can be developed
safely without much fear of plagarism without means
Are we correct?
What are the first steps we should take?
How developed and able to display does our game
need to be to get started developing our legal game
Thank you for any help you can give us in this forum.
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