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How to Register a Copyright?
Copyright registration is important. Registering your copyright correctly is more important. Contact a copyright attorney to better understand how to register a name, logo, slogan or symbol.
Are You The Victim of Copyright Infringement?
If you don’t protect your intellectual property against infringement, who will? Copyright infringement on the internet is a serious problem. Sometimes, it takes more than an infringement threat letter to stop third parties from infringing your mark.
Do You Need to File a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit?
If you need a trial attorney to help protect your copyright against infringement, we have you covered. Our copyright litigation attorneys can file your lawsuit and protect your intellectual property.
What is Section 230 Immunity under the CDA?
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 (CDA) provides immunity from liability to providers of interactive computer services who publish information provided by others, also known as “User Generated Content” (UGC).
What is the Copyright Fair Use Defense?
The four-factor fair use analysis is determined on a case-by-case basis. No hard and fast rules can be pulled from the case law, but some governing principles can aid in the analysis.
Understanding the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
The DMCA, very broadly, provides a standard for determining what is a copyright infringement and further mandates a system of civil remedies and criminal penalties if a violation has occurred.
How to Send a DMCA Take Down Notice Letter?
The DMCA states that while an ISP is not liable for transmitting information that may infringe a copyright, the ISP must remove materials from users’ Web sites that appear to constitute online copyright infringement after it receives proper notice.
How to License Copyrighted Works?
One of the primary values of owning and registering a copyright is that you can transfer some or all of those rights to third parties. These transfers can be for all of the copyright rights in a work or can be only some of the rights provided by the Copyright Act.
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