Copyrights

copyrights

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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