USU employees and students are subject to the university's intellectual property policy, which lays the rules for their obligations and rights to ownership. It is a requirement that the Intellectual Property Policy is in conformity to the Bayh-Dole Act and Employment Inventions Act and has a number of advantages that go beyond the legally required obligations. Apart from protecting intellectual property it also encourages the development of entrepreneurship, innovation and exploration. Employees and students are incentivised to protect the intellectual properties of their companies.
Trademark. The brand you represent is the most important thing. Trademark law safeguards items like your logo, name, and slogan from copycats attempting to get a free ride on your business's success.