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Copyright/Trademark Issue

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  • Copyright/Trademark Issue

    Hi All,

    We own a small business who manufacture fibreglass vehicle parts.

    We generally create our own parts from scratch, however, a customer approached us with another company's lip and asked us to repair it and modify it. We did this and made a number of changes to the item and then used this to create a mould to produce the new part for the customer.

    We have since been contacted by the company who produced the original lip stating we are breaking copyright and trademark laws. We haven't sold this lip to anyone other than the customer who requested we make the modifications in the first place.

    We have tried to look into this and we can ascertain that the company does have a trademark on their company name, however, we haven't used their name or anything like that.

    We were also of the understanding that copyright applied to written and recorded works, whereas a patent would be require for a design, which in this industry seems unlikely to be granted as you need to be so specific as to what you are asking to patent.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance.
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  • #2
    Hello. When did you start your business. It was hard, how much money and time did you need for this? I just want to create my own business in Israel too, but I don’t know where to start. I recently read this article - https://auditing.co.il/en/ and realized that I could have a lot of problems starting a business in Israel.


    • #3
      It was so hard!


      • #4
        Originally posted by HUGHG View Post
        It was so hard!


        • #5
          If your competitors have registered brand and certain technology - then it turns out that you violated their rights. You could do more wisely by using IT technology in the workplace. You can automate many processes. To do this, you need to streamline your manufacturing technologies and contact your IT developer
          Next, you'll need to do a tech stack analysis and develop your technology. Do you know the principle of 3D? you can implement a similar project in your production
          The app’s purpose determines what tech stack to apply. openGeeksLab has prepared essential tips on how to choose the ideal mix for your project.


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