Should You Trademark Your Social Media Handle?  **Attorney Advertising**

Has your social media username become your brand’s voice? Maybe you’ve built a following under a creative handle like “PennyWiseMama” or “FixItFelix” rather than simply using your personal name. This persona is now how you engage with fans, generate attention, and build a loyal following. But as your online presence grows, so might the need […]

Are Copyright Strikes on YouTube Permanent? **Attorney Advertising**

If you’ve ever received a copyright strike on YouTube, you know how frustrating it can be. A copyright strike is when your video is taken down because of an alleged copyright infringement. This can happen if you use copyrighted music or images in your video without permission. It can also happen if you upload someone […]

3 Steps to Protect Ownership of Your Social Media Accounts **Attorney Advertising**

It’s not uncommon for employees or consultants to run a company’s socials media. But, without careful attention to the details, this arrangement can cause trouble for the business or brand if the person running the account decides to quit or gets fired in the future. The nightmare scenario that we unfortunately see too often is […]

Help! An Employee Set Up and “Owns” My Social Media Accounts! **Attorney Advertising**

In today’s digital landscape, social media accounts should undoubtedly be considered an asset of a person’s business.  By using social media accounts, companies are able to cheaply, if not freely, expose their products and services to new customers, acquire fans and followers, and create an online place where engagement and communication can happen in real […]