Month: April 2020

Do you need a copyright or a trademark?

In this weeks’ blog, I want to discuss the differences between copyright and trademark. But first, let’s explore intellectual property protection. Intellectual property includes processes, symbols, designs, and works created or owned by a company or individual. Copyrights protect your original work. This includes literary, musical, artistic, dramatic, and other intellectual works. To protect your …

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Copyright registration – is it necessary?

By Liza Ann Esqueda Copyrights protect your original creative content, such as works of authorship, music, web content, video, blog posts, books, articles, photographs, and much more. Without a registered copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office, you will have a difficult time of protecting your content and bringing a lawsuit against someone who has stolen …

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What Does A Copyright Protect?

By Liza Ann Esqueda Along with Trademarks, Patents, Copyrights are part of what is collectively called Intellectual Property. A copyright registration is a legal form of protection provided to an original work of art or or of authorship. Generally, copyright protects literary works, visual works, sound recordings, architectural works, choreographic and pantomimic works, dramatic works, …

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