Attorneys Handling Internet Copyright Infringement
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Protecting Your Brand From Online Merchandise Infringement
[Detroit, MI]. In this episode of Tech Law Radio, Online Brand Protection Attorney Mallory King talks about why policing online merchandise infringement of your brand is important and provides insight into ways you can both prevent and remove such infringement. (Keep reading for a FREE list of online monitoring tools to help protect your goods) […]Read More
No Attorney’s Fees For BitTorrent Download Of “The Cobbler”
In relation to our recent Copyright Radio Show about the risk of copyright infringement liability stemming from illegal downloads, an Oregon Court declined to hold a BitTorrent Defendant responsible for Plaintiff’s attorney fees. In Cobbler Nev., LLC v. Cerritos, the Plaintiff accused Defendant of violating the Copyright Act by using BitTorrent to illegally download Adam […]Read More
You Need to Own the Copyright in Order to Allege Copyright Infringement
One of the most common things that we see as copyright lawyers is a scenario where someone doesn’t want their photograph posted on a website. Our copyright lawyers can help you get the photograph removed.Read More
How Do I Send A Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Takedown Notice?
A DMCA take-down notice is an easy and relatively inexpensive way to have your copyright protected materials removed from a website hosting company servers, or a search index on Yahoo, Google, or Bing. The first thing you need to know about how to send a DMCA notice is that you must be the copyright owner […]Read More
Have You Been Accused of Copyright Infringement: What Precautions Should You Take to Avoid Being Accused
Matt: Hi, it’s Matt Plessner, and welcome to another installment of Copyright Law Radio. Today we are going to be talking about something that has kind of been a controversy on and off for quite some time. A while back in the earl 2000’s, sites came up like Napster, Morpheus and Grokster and stuff like that where […]Read More
Wikipedia defines a Copyright Troll as a party that enforces copyrights it owns for the purposes of making money through litigation in a manner considered unduly aggressive or opportunistic. The attorneys at Traverse Legal have vast experience in dealing with copyright trolls. Generally, copyright trolling contemplates a federal lawsuit identifying the illegal downloading of copyrighted […]Read More
Cease and Desist Letter Dos and Don’ts: (Cease and desist copyright infringement)
You think someone is infringing your copyright. You see that they’ve posted something that belongs to you on the Internet, either a picture or a photograph or a piece of art or a literary work or a design, and you believe that a cease and desist letter should be sent. [this article is about cease […]Read More
Copyright Ownership in Work Made For Hire
Today, we’re going to be talking about copyright ownership, and this is a more complicated area of law than you might think. Sometimes, it’s less than clear who is the owner of the copyright protected work. In order to sue for copyright infringement, one of the elements that you have to show under copyright […]Read More
What You Need To Know Before Using Content from the Internet
If you are a copyright owner, you might want to use the creative commons license because they have several to choose from that can protect your work across several different levels. In addition, if you see a creative commons license, you could click on that link to see exactly how you can use someone else’s […]Read More
How much does it Cost to Pursue a Copyright Infringement Claim?
As a copyright infringement attorney, I am asked all the time how much is it going to cost to pursue a copyright infringement claim or copyright infringement lawsuit. The answer is, of course, it depends. If you are sending a copyright infringement threat letter, that is a project which will typically cost you somewhere between […]Read More