I am using a paid language learning program to study a language. I want to make my own flashcards based on the words I learned. It will only be accessible to me. Would I be infringing on their copyright and databases? I know the companies compile words in categories and levels.
If i create a design based on a music album where I include a design of the albums tracklist aswell as putting in a small element of the albumcover into the design. Would it be legal for me to sell this design in terms of copyright laws?
To get a proper opinion, you have to show the attorney the letter. There are many scams out there, if you are asked to pay money in order to pay for the transfer of your million dollars, this is probably a scam. On the other hand, you may have just won the lottery. Cannot say without reading the...Read more »
Some Judicial Council forms deal with the right to possession. They can be found on your Local Superior Court website under "Forms: State forms". They may give you some ideas, and they will cite some statutes regarding writs for possession. Consult a local attorney about recovering...Read more »
Until my lease for my new apartment began, I stayed at my friend's place for a month. Recently when moving in, I forgot some items at the friend's place. The next day after move-in, I asked the friend if I can go to their place and collect my remaining items. They said they were out of... Read more »
During my marriage, my ex-wife shot video of our daughter, and years later I put it on a YouTube channel while we were still married but intending to divorce. Is the video, now that I've been divorced a few years, considered both of our property (as I've assumed), or her property since... Read more »
Sadly no. Patents typically have a maximum lifetime of about 20 years from the filing date. Although this can be adjusted a bit for delays at the USPTO, usually, the adjustments are only for a few months or years.
A 1993 patent era patent is likely long expired, is probably public...Read more »
Assume a licensor grants an exclusive license to RESELL the agreement's Plan Offerings to a licensee. Does this legally bind the licensor to not sell the product, e.g. through their own website, or OTC?
Assume the licensee is granted at the same time a non-exclusive license to... Read more »
I am simply using the name for a recreational adult softball team. I do not have any copyrighted designs or logos, but I just want to know if using the phrase alone is illegal, if I put it on a jersey.
I`m a Game Developer and I`m stuck in some weird situation. I wanted to work on a big size 3D-model but it take a lot of time and need too much datils, so a friend of main suggested that I take someone 3D model and add it in the big size 3d model as a small thing that won`t make a really big deal.... Read more »
I make my own baby blanket designs by assembling pre-licensed clipart in a particular fashion of my own style, also adding my own elements and embellishments. Some of these blanket designs have become very popular on Amazon and I've had some trouble with people copying me, so I registered my... Read more »
The publisher of this edition was shut down in 2018, and W.W. Norton only has the 5th edition, which is not available as an e-book that the students can obtain for free. Are there any legal issues in giving the students that file? I think the students were actually directed to that link anyways, so... Read more »
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