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I Want to Incorporate an Emoji into my Product, Logo, or Marketing Pieces. Is that Copyright Infringement? **Attorney Advertising **

In today’s world of social media domination emojis have changed the way we communicate and express ourselves. Bad day? Poop emoji. Celebrating something? Spanish dancing girl. Want to show your love? Heart or kissy face emoji. No words necessary. Even though emojis are free and easy to […]

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Someone Is Ignoring My Cease and Desist Letter… Now What? **Attorney Advertising**

When a person discovers that someone else is using their intellectual property without permission, whether it’s an infringement of their copyright, trademark, or some combination of both, one of the first steps to get the offending party to take the content down or stop their activity is […]

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Need to Locate the Source of an Image? Try Conducting a Google Reverse Image Search **Attorney Advertising **

If you discover an image that you want to use but you’re not sure of its origin or how to obtain a license from  the owner, you can perform a Reverse Image Search using Google Images to locate the copyright holder. Remember, never use an image without […]

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How to Stop a Copycat Online by Sending a DMCA Takedown Notice **Attorney Advertising **

What should you do if you’ve discovered that your copyrighted work has been posted somewhere on the internet that you have not authorized? One option is to send a DMCA Takedown Notice, which is a mechanism that content creators can use to request that a website host, […]

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Can a Minor Obtain a Patent or a Copyright in the US? **Attorney Advertising**

Being an entrepreneur is not necessarily synonymous with being an adult. There are children across the world who are leading the way in business and developing creative works that have gained respect and demand in the marketplace. When it comes to protecting the intellectual property rights as […]

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The Start of The New Year Means That These Famous Works are Now Part of The Public Domain **Attorney Advertising**

The start of 2019 means that a treasure trove of famous and historical works is now part of the public domain, which is something that has not occurred in forty years.  Here’s why works created in 1923 no longer have copyright protection, and what that means for […]

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Fortnite Keeps Getting Sued… But Can You Really Copyright a Dance Move? **Attorney Advertising**

Fortnite, the popular video game that has taken the world by storm, is under fire for allegedly misappropriating dance moves for their characters without compensating the creators of the dance moves, or even asking for permission. Fresh Prince star, Alfonso Ribeiro is suing Epic games, claiming that […]

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How To Get a Video Removed From YouTube That Violates Your Copyright **Attorney Advertising**

Unfortunately, in today’s digital world, it’s not that difficult for others to steal copyrighted materials and upload them onto various social media platforms or video sharing sites like YouTube.  But the good news is that if you are vigilant about policing your own creative works and catch […]

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Do DJ’s Need a License to Play Music in Public? **Attorney Advertising **

Venues, bands, or artists who play other people’s music in a public setting generally need to obtain a license in order to do so. This ensures that the original artists are properly compensated when their work is played, and that there is no infringement of a copyright. […]

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Work for Hire Agreements Can Help You Retain Ownership and Copyright Protection Over Work Created for Your Business **Attorney Advertising**

Many business owners utilize the services of independent contractors or virtual workers to create content for their business. Services that are generally outsourced to such workers may include email marketing, blogging, website content creation, the creation of print materials, white papers, formal reports, and more. But, when […]

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