The site I used was 9anime.id. Im just a kid and I dont want to go to jail so I came here to ask about this. The show I was gonna watch was spy x family its really good.
answered on Mar 27, 2022
If you could provide more details, that would assist in getting the best answer.
I have Animation Characters Copyrighten. I've Copyrighten the name as well. We haven't been picked up by a studio yet nor or we published. We plan on selling merchandise and kid's clothing moving forward once we have sold the brand.
answered on Nov 20, 2021
You need to consult with an attorney, there are different criteria used to determine whether a trademark can be granted or not.
answered on Jun 7, 2021
Talk to an attorney
Patents are property, but they expire, so depending on when he got them you may or may not have any valuable assets
I’m a pro se litigant - the opposing counsel refuses to answer my supplemental interrogatories that I sent to him via e-mail (he had also transmitted his via e-mail). Is it best to re-send in a pleading format or is this a moot issue?
answered on Sep 28, 2020
You should comply with all federal and local rules when submitting discovery requests. Without knowing more about this particular case, my recommendation would be to play it safe, follow the rules, and submit on pleading paper.
I was wondering if the people who arrange and take care of all the costumes and accessories that are worn by actors need to have special permission by a specific brand to show certain fashions in television and/or films?
answered on Jul 27, 2020
Generally speaking, you can show the fashions if the products are being used as it was intended by its manufacturer and the brand is not being tarnished.
answered on Jul 8, 2020
Please provide further clarification as I don't really understand the question...thanks!
My friend used my cell phone to take a picture of my sound bowl and it came out beautiful. She he says the picture is his intellectual property. Although the cellphone used to take the picture and the sound bowl is mine. Who owns the photo?
answered on May 27, 2020
This is not a patent question so I will defer to an attorney in your state to give you a formal answer.
To get some background on copyright from a reliable source. Here is a link to the Frequently Asked Questions Page by the US Copyright Office.... Read more »
The phrase will not be used in a fashion or style similar to Dr. Seuss's use, but used solely in a fashion as to say "Sam I Am...Trustworthy, experienced, honest...etc.
answered on Feb 9, 2020
It will depend on many factors, whether somebody already has it registered, or using it.
You need to have a serious sit down consultation.
I also have an LLC by the name of urban genius LLC registered one 3 states
answered on Sep 30, 2019
As far as trademark use is concerned, the name of the company may not have an effect on it.
Typically whoever has been using it first may have some rights to it as a trademark, may be broad or limited.
Registration gives presumption of ownership, but it is rebuttable.
The photo from that person’s dating profile would be used in this hypothetical. The statements are true.
answered on Aug 24, 2019
Yes, it is illegal--at least in the sense of possibly being defamatory, which is actionable in most if not all states. However, truth is usually an absolute defense in most if not all states too. Practically speaking, no lawyer would ever advise any client to go online in a public forum to do what... Read more »
answered on Feb 27, 2019
if the content is yours you can stop them to use it.
If they are using a platform like youtube you can get youtube to help stopping them.
It always helps to have a copyright registration.
Contact me if you need any consultations
answered on Feb 21, 2019
that is the standard
the numbering system used by USPTO follows the international classification.
It wasn't completely clear what you were asking, so you may want to contact us off line
The palette does not have stranger things on it. It is not called stranger things. It only has a fanart photo for the cover of the characters but does not have the wording stranger things anywhere on it. Can I get into trouble for it?
I cannot find anything online about their copyright or how to even contact somebody to see if I could get approval to do this project. What would happen if I created this pallet without permission?
answered on Jun 24, 2018
If you are marketing it as a stranger things theme then you can expect legal action for infringing on their rights. The right to use the name is covered by trademark law. Here is the trademark ownership info for stranger things: https://trademarks.justia.com/867/68/stranger-86768141.html... Read more »
I work at a non-profit museum and we have a physical copy of a photograph from 1967 originally done by United Press International in 1967. The copy we have is actually from UPI and has their stamp on the back. CORBIS bought the pre-1991 UPI images that were physically housed in UPI's archives... Read more »
answered on Oct 26, 2017
You are correct. To recreate the image, you need a license from the copyright owner.
I have come up with an idea. In four (4) years of research, I have found that this product/item does not exist. I do not want this idea stolen. Before I seek financing, how may I patent this idea inexpensively? I have made the 'poor man's patent' and sent the idea to myself via... Read more »
answered on Aug 30, 2017
Congratulations on coming up with a new product. I hope that it is a success.
You are also absolutely correct that you need to safeguard your idea. Among the documents that your investors will want to see prior to giving you money, is a patent application. If you do not have IP secured,... Read more »
I´m planning to release new casino table game. So I´m interested about how much it costs. And which parts of patent process would be most expensive. THX
answered on Jun 20, 2017
Design patents applications preparation and filing run in the neighborhood of $1500 to $2000. Additionally, there is the cost of prosecution.
It be themed in that universe and we would just use pictures of them and you must answer trivia questions and puzzles to get out of the room.
answered on Jun 15, 2017
For the purposes of this answer, I am assuming that you mean a business that operates recreational escape rooms:
It would be wise to seek the permission and a license for this use from the owners of those intellectual property assets. If a customer were to think that your escape room were... Read more »
answered on Mar 23, 2017
There is not a question here. Best of luck on your venture.
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