Here's a list of 5 movies with amazing scenes about trademark and intellectual property.
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Before I get into my list, here's a quick disclaimer: I don't own the rights to these five movies. I'm only showing them for educational purposes and for illustration purposes, really. If you like those movies as I do, get the whole thing, make sure that you own your own copy, and watch them. They're amazing movies.
Number five on my list is Silicon Valley. This is the scene you never want to find yourself in. This is when you realize you have to go to court and lawyer up to protect your intellectual property.
Number four on my list is Social Network. It shows several things. Really, it shows the value of IP. It also shows that worse fights always come as a result of best friendships and it also shows how important it is to properly document everything around who came up with what first and what the mutual expectations are.
Number three in my list is The People Versus Larry Flint. I don't want to spoil this for you. Let me just say that it's a scene where Larry came up with an unconventional way of dealing with allegations of defamation and libel made against him.
Number two on my list is Flash of Genius. The whole movie is brilliant, and the whole movie's about IP. The scenes that I picked, and what you're gonna see is a few scenes merge into one, show that intellectual property is not just about the money, and it shows you how much people suffer when they see what they've poured their heart and soul into stolen by others.
The top of the list is The Founder. The really powerful scene that shows how important the brand is and also how important it is to properly protect the brand.
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