Protect your art with a copyright
Creatives, your talents are beautiful! Your art inspires me and many others. Therefore, it is integral to understand the importance of protecting your art with copyrights to ensure that no one else uses what you've created.
With the ease and access to social media platforms like YouTube and MySpace, artists and musicians are being discovered online. Don't get me wrong. I completely applaud your vulnerability. It takes a lot of courage to sing your heart out, perform an original piece or show someone your perfected craft, but the vulnerability can be costly and lead to theft if your art is not properly protected.
Our Copyright Process
General ConsultationWe discuss everything related to the Copyright process.
Copyright FilingsWe prepare and file all copyright paperwork.
Copyright Case Study
Client’s Problem: Our client wanted patent protection on a mobile application they designed. Therefore, they contacted our office to determine what their best option would be.
Our Solution: We educated the client on the challenges and time restraints of patent protection for mobile applications. We then suggested they file a copyright application instead since the development of the app is considered an art form and is what is being protected.
The Result: The client quickly obtained copyright protection and proceeded with marketing their mobile application. Further, the client can now keep others from infringing on their mobile application.
Copyright Services and rates
Preparation & Filing
- Thorough consultation & guidance
- Direct access to filing attorney
- Preparation and filing of copyright application
- *Pricing does not include government's filing fees
- Copyright infringement consultation
- Infringement guidance and defense
- Infringement prosecution
- Cease and desist letters
- Licenses and agreements
- *Fees are either hourly or contingent
You have 3 months from the date in which you become aware that a person has infringed on your work to register it with the U.S. Copyright Office.
An infringement claim can be filed if your work has been registered with the U.S. Copyright Office, but you will not receive statutory damages or attorney fees in your claim for damages. Here is the law as it relates to infringement damages and recovery.