i would like to know if i mailed a notarized copy of my intellectual property to my self would that hold up in court?
State/Country relating to question: Ohio
only what I just wrote down.
what do you mean "hold up in court"? to prove it is yours?
mailing something to yourself merely shows that you had possession of it as of a certain date....but that is about it
Very good Mr. Reese. From your response I think that one must go through the traditional methods of highering a certified interlectual attorney to get a true overstanding of the process agree?
I asked a very simple question which I feel cost a pretty penny Mr. reese. Not to come off arogant but I still haven't gotten a response. The repeted question is by me, myself mailing my own interllectual property to myself, would that stand-up in a court of law?
I feel that no more details are required. either its ayes or no. I don't want alot of legal jargon. these types of senarios make consumers feel uncomfortable. I feel the next step and or question will require more funds from me. What ever happened to consumer protection?
Experienced in intellectual property law
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