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Supreme Court Case Highlights the Importance of Applying for Copyright Registration as Soon as Possible | ECONTENT

Friday, March 29, 2019
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Supreme Court Case Highlights the Importance of Applying for Copyright Registration as Soon as Possible | ECONTENT

Partner Lynda Zadra-Symes and Associate Brian Reece co-authored "Supreme Court Case Highlights the Importance of Applying for Copyright Registration as Soon as Possible" which was published in ECONTENT

Excerpt: Copyright protection is granted immediately upon fixation of a creative work in a tangible medium. This means that you have copyright protection as soon as you put pen to paper, enter words in your document, or record your video. Why, then, should you bother applying for a registration? You should bother because your copyright has to be registered if you actually want to enforce it.

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Supreme Court Case Highlights the Importance of Applying for Copyright Registration as Soon as Possible | ECONTENT
Brian Reece provides strategic counseling on brand development and protection for clients in a variety of industries. Brian’s practice includes trademark selection and clearance;...
Supreme Court Case Highlights the Importance of Applying for Copyright Registration as Soon as Possible | ECONTENT
Lynda Zadra-Symes is a litigation partner and co-chair of the firm’s trademark and copyright litigation practice groups. She represents clients through all stages of U.S. litigation,...
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