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Protection of a concept by alternative means

In addition to ensuring that some elements of the concept are protected by the relevant intellectual property right (see our previous article), it is worth seeking to secure your concept in itself should it remain unprotectable due to its more or less abstract nature.

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Concept, a limited protection?

As a matter of principle, intellectual property law cannot be used to protect a concept if it has not yet been translated into a concrete reality. However, a simple idea or concept is not without value.

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Definition of a concept

One of the worst fears of creators holding a promising concept is that their idea may be stolen. However, a concept is difficult to protect, and the need to disclose it in order to start a business is inevitable. This article provides an introduction to securing a concept.

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