I have an ecomerce platform and recently got an email about the use of a copyrighted image from a company called pixsy. I was unaware that the image was copyrighted and immediately removed it but after re-reading their message removal is not enough. They require payment to the... Read more »
There's a good chance that they are right - you should not ignore this. If they end up filing a lawsuit against you, REALLY don't ignore it. You may wish to talk to your own lawyer now to get a better idea of how strong their case is, or you could just try to negotiate them down to a...Read more »
photos from OnlyFans (a protected site that subscriptions are payed for) as well as has leaked my previous home address, phone number, and still constantly harasses me via twitter through multiple accounts.
The initials AR are used for many dozens of things from acid reflux to amateur radio. If you mean automated rifle- then yes you can seek patents on the workings of a weapon. You would need to have an idea that would not be obvious to one skilled in the art of designing automated rifles. You...Read more »
Once you created the graphic design, you owned it. You are free to use it how you wish. I would suggest having a discussion with an attorney about protecting the design by trademark as well if you plan on using the design as a logo. There are protections that trademark can give you with use that...Read more »
You are asking if this could be a copyright violation? Whether or not the students have to log in probably has little to no significance. The school board should run this by an attorney who specializes in intellectual property.
My husband and his brother worked independently for some time. His brother opened a company and my husband kept working with him, never did he sign a w2 or an employment contract. We decided to open our own business and when they asked for my husband to sign a w2, my husband told him he would not... Read more »
Unless you are the owner--and can prove it--the tow yard will not release the car to you unless you have some other reliable documentation that they could use later if it turns out the owner did not authorize you to pick it up. Re-do the POA correctly.
A building itself is not a copyrighted work. A picture or painting of a building is fixed in tangible form, and becomes copyrightable. There are possible trademark issue if a building is part of a mark (think statute of liberty and liberty mutual). The TM issue does not seem to apply to your book...Read more »
I don't know which patents you are referring to, but my cursory search shows that there are about 5 patents that list Victor Staats as the inventor. 4 of these have expired due to their age, and 1 expired because a maintenance fee was not paid. There are no enforceable patents for Victor...Read more »
You can trademark your copyrighted design by incorporating this design on goods and/ or services in interstate commerce. Whether you will be awarded a trademark depends on prior use of the same or similar mark. To determine the availability you need a full trademark search of all databases. If you...Read more »
This is not a legal question. Moreover, while lawyers are very intelligent and highly trained professionals--we are not soothsayers; nor do we do crystal balls. Therefore, I am constrained by a fundamental law of the universe (no one can foretell the future) and unable to opine on your current...Read more »
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