The Copyright Office has a new and relatively inexpensive process for registering copyrights in blog entries. Learn what goes into the decision of whether to go through the time and expense of doing it.
In the department of “Lawyers behaving badly”, I’m going to bet that I can get you to side with – and actually empathize with — the convicted international arms dealers and generally bad guys in this fee dispute with two lawyers. The story is about Luis Felipe Moreno-Godoy (let’s call him
Let’s face it: a lot of websites feature bad pictures of people. They use photos of owners, workers, and customers that are of poor quality because they’re poorly composed, poorly lighted, and poorly executed. The easy solution to that design flaw – the one that costs a few dollars – is to hire a professional photographer to take a new set of photos. Unfortunately, an unscrupulous photographer or a carelessly drawn agreement with a photographer can ruin your week, so here’s what to look out for.
You can’t get a federal trademark registration for the title of a single book, or for any other “single creative work”, like songs, movies, and works of art. Fortunately, there’s a workaround that will put you on the path toward protecting your title. Read on for more…