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Archive for the ‘Intellectual Property’ Category

Can I File for a Trademark if the Product or Service I Offer is Free? **Attorney Advertising **

Recently the following question about a podcaster was presented: “I want to trademark the name of my podcast, but I’m a little confused about my ability to do so.  My podcast is free. I don’t have any advertisers and the content that I offer is accessed by […]

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Peloton’s Infringement Lawsuit is a Warning to Gym Owners and Fitness Pros Who Play Music in their Classes and Facilities Without a Proper License

Every fitness pro and instructor knows that music can make or break a workout. With the right playlist, clients are often motivated to run a little faster, cycle a little harder or Zumba a little feistier. While designing classes centered around great tunes is an increasingly important […]

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What Every Artist Should Know About Licensing Their Work to a Third Party **Attorney Advertising **

The internet and social media are proving to be invaluable resources for independent artists looking to expose their work not only to the general public, but also to larger companies who may desire to license their art for fees or royalties down the road. After all, the […]

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Is Trademarking the Legal Name of Your Company Necessary? **Attorney Advertising **

As your business forms and you choose a unique name that you plan to operate under, you may wonder if it’s necessary to trademark the actual legal name that you plan to use for your company. As with most things in intellectual property law, the answer is […]

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Trademark, Copyright, or Patent: Which Do I Need? **Attorney Advertising **

When it comes to protecting one’s intellectual property, there are a number of legal tools that a business owner or entrepreneur can use to safeguard their assets and prevent others from stealing their work. The terms trademark, copyright, and patent are often mistakenly used interchangeably, but it’s […]

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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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Sometimes Applying for a Patent Just Doesn’t Make Sense **Attorney Advertising **

When an entrepreneur or inventor develops a new product or invention, generally their first thoughts turn to patent protection. They want to know what it will take to secure a patent that will protect their invention and ultimately prevent others from stealing or misappropriating their work. When […]

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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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Can I Save Time and Money by Registering My Trademark in My State Only? ** Attorney Advertising

Business owners or brands who wish to protect their trademarks have two options for doing so: they can register their marks with the federal government by filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), or they can register their trademark in the state in which […]

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