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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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Judge Says Embedding a Tweet May Be Copyright Infringement **Attorney Advertising **

Social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook encourage social sharing.  If there’s an update or post that you resonate with, you’re free to share that message with your friends, fans, or followers.  Now though, a federal court in New York may soon put the brakes on […]

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Someone Is Using My Trademark…Now What? **Attorney Advertising **

There may come a time in your business when you discover that someone else is infringing upon your intellectual property, such as using your registered trademark.  While the other party may indeed be in the wrong, enforcing your rights is solely up to you. If you believe […]

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Is Satire or Mimicking a Trademark Protected under Fair Use? **Attorney Advertising**

Freedom of expression means that the government doesn’t interfere with an individual’s right to express their thoughts or feelings, so long as the expression doesn’t invoke or cause any immediate harm or danger. You can’t yell “fire” in a crowded theater, but you can create an entire […]

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What’s a Provisional Application for Patent? **Attorney Advertising**

Patent infringement is a costly problem for inventors and businesses, and by the time the problem is discovered, it can be very costly to litigate and solve for all parties involved. However, there is a way to ensure that inventors can stake their claim as the first […]

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What You Can Do to Avoid Trademark Dilution **Attorney Advertising**

A strong trademark is likely to keep your product from being confused with another, but it can still cause harm to your brand if someone else uses your trademark to sell something unrelated to your product or service. You may be on the lookout for others who […]

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Help! I’m Being Accused of Patent Infringement! ** Attorney Advertising **

It’s never a good day when an inventor, engineer, or business owner is accused of infringing on someone’s patent. Perhaps you did something wrong. Maybe your actions were unintentional, or maybe the infringement claim itself is bogus.  Let’s dig into some of the common reasons why you […]

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Seller Beware: Selling Counterfeit Goods is Trademark Infringement (and a Crime) **Attorney Advertising **

  What do bazaars, the internet, and small shops in every major city have in common? They all sell counterfeit items including merchandise, pharmaceuticals, and other goods. And they are all subject to legal prosecution. Big outlets aren’t immune to this, either.  According to The Counterfeit Report: Walmart […]

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The Infringement I Caught On Camera in Mexico

I’m back from a trip to Mexico, and I snapped this shot to share with you.  This shoe brand logo looks strikingly similar to Nike’s, doesn’t it? Every time I travel to another country, I’m shocked by the infringements and counterfeits I see of US brands.  So […]

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How Photographers In Should Protect Their Intellectual Property and Creative Work – Attorney Advertising

For professional photographers, social media can be both a blessing and a curse. Social media and other online channels provide a great way to increase exposure and get new clients. However, due to the wide open nature of the internet, those channels often allow people to use […]

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