Have you protected your images?
Copyright registration is a very inexpensive yet super valuable protection for your images, blogs, and other intellectual property. Without registration, copyright protection is greatly lacking.
WITH registration, you have a stronger legal argument, statutory damage amounts and potential attorneys fees for infringement actions.
Registration is a standard cost-of-doing-business and is one that is so easy and inexpensive that it truly is not worth NOT doing.
Think of it this way, it’s not a matter of IF your images or text gets ripped off. It is when. With the wide-spread internet use and lack of common copyright knowledge, companies are ripping off work and using in marketing.
What does this mean for you?
Compensation for use of your images. Education on copyright law for others.
But in order for you to have the stronger legal argument, you need registration.
Scroll down to see what you will learn!
Learn the basics of copyright so you can be protected.
How to register your copyright
Includes videos with step-by-step instructions on the actual applications!
Copyrighted works usage
Best practices to protect copyrighted works through use.
Tips for enforcement against infringers
Advisement on what to do if your registered works are infringed upon.
You’ll get tidbits on other legalities, as well as recommendations for business planning and strategy.
Specialized Legal Education
Step-by-Step of the Registration Process
Videos from TheLawTog with 24/7 online access
Copyright Protection Checklist for keeps
Exclusive Educational Community Access
This on-demand access provides the DIY steps to registering copyright with the United States Copyright Office. We will not provide any filing services or advisements. All information is for educational purposes only and does not substitute for an attorney. TheLawTog® provides this general information to assist your knowledge when seeking legal counsel.
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