What is copyright?
Copyright is the set of exclusive rights granted to the
creator of a particular work. These rights include the right to reproduce the
work, distribute copies, and create new works... more
Copyright registration is tricky bit of strategy. You dont need a registered copyright to publish and sell your work, and not having one wont stop you from suing an infringer (well, it will you have... more
by Tyler JaramilloOwnership of a choreographic work is established upon creation, but a work is not protected from use by others unless it is published and registered with the U.S. Copyright Office.... more
It's a familiar sad tale we hear here on Avvo over and over again from customers of graphic design firms. "
"Do the custom graphics created for our website and branding belong to us? We are being... more
If copyright is automatic, then why do people register for copyright?
1. Proof of ownership. Registering copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office creates a public record of the basic information of a... more