How would this work?
If I start a company to sell a product I created and I contract out to get it manufactured is it still my product? For example if I go to a manufacturing company and ask them to build my product so I can sell it. Is it still considered Company ABC’s product or is it considered the manufacturing company’s product? So would because I don’t have the resources to manufacture the product myself I’d have to contract out to have someone make it but I’m not sure if I can still say the product is mine or not. Please help.
- 2 months ago
Yes, Of course, you are having the patent rights on it. Apart from this, if it's not unique. It will still remain your product because you are outsourcing your task or delegating your task to other people to manufacture it under your brand name.
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- JudyLv 72 months ago
It's youors if you have a patent on it.
- Anonymous2 months ago
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- John AldenLv 72 months ago
Still yours, but get your lawyer to review any contracts.
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- TavyLv 72 months ago
Of course it's not their product it's still yours.
Factories make designer clothes, they do not belong to them but the designer.