How would one go about a patent an idea?
It makes me think since Disney is copyrighted, that I cant include anything Disney owns rights to.
It's for my theme park. I want to make sure it's name doesn't get stolen by someone else. I am planning to go through college and then into Imagineering and propose my park. (Yeah, I know. Many people say that Imagineering may be shut down by the time I make it)
The name is quite simple yet unused. And I want it that way, it's so weird no one else has thought of it, thus I'm keeping the name a secret.
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Thread: Patenting your creation?
01-01-2007 05:00 AM #1
Patenting your creation?
01-01-2007 11:11 AM #2
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if you are employed by disney or any other large corporation, any ideas you come up with are compensated by your employment contract, any benefits of your ideas belong 100% to the corporation. you would have to be on the outside and pitch an idea, but the problem there is they dont need outside ideas because they get them for free from the inside.
you could make a name for your self with in the company and get your compensation bumped up as you go, thats about the best way if your goal it to work for Disney.
maybe someone that works there can give you a better idea of the actual mechanics of it all.DCA 1/2 the park, Same low price....
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