cop·y·right (ˈkäpēˌrīt) n. the exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise exploit a literary, musical, or artistic work, whether printed, audio, video.
Does your business create, own or license original content such as books, music, teaching curriculum, films, websites or photographs? If it does, you need to understand the basics of copyright law protection.
Texas copyright lawyer Tamera Bennett helps her clients secure the rights to use content/media owned by others.
Interpretation and enforcement of copyright law is a primary focus of Tamera Bennett’s practice. She is a frequent lecturer on issues such as reclaiming authors/heirs rights under provisions of the 1909 and 1976 Copyright Acts.
Examples of Copyright legal services attorney Tamera Bennett provides:
Filing of copyright applications
Domestic and foreign licensing of songs, books, films, images, media
Assisting clients in regaining copyrights by exercising termination provisions and the renewal term provision of The Copyright Act
Investigation and litigation preparation related to copyright infringement
Licensing of performance, literary and visual rights
Work for hire agreements
Copyright portfolio management
Did you know? You can file a Copyright Application without a lawyer with the online eCO system at www.copyright.gov. Not sure if you have a copyright or trademark? This blog post will help you find out.
Read more about current issues in copyright law at copyright attorney Tamera Bennett’s blog.