The parents are not speaking to me now, years later, and are complaining about the photos on my business page
answered on Mar 15, 2023
You should seriously consider not to use the picture anymore.
Copyright ownership is one angle to consider, you also should consider image and privacy of the models.
Consult an attorney.
We want to protect our game and not sure what the process is to patent and bring our new game to market with our new business.
answered on Aug 22, 2022
Dear Mrs or Mr,
it depends on type of game you are going to create and make business with. If its board game or PC/console game, different type of strategies of legal protection can be applied. Therefore I would need more details to advice you better and more precisely on this.
I... 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 »
answered on Aug 18, 2021
Consult with an attorney.
The type of nuance you are asking Amazon to decide is not something they take on.
You may need a court to make a decision.
If the products are imported, contact Customs
The xray is a postoperative xray with implants that illustrate a good deformity correction and would be of educational value to surgical implant companies. Thanks!
answered on Aug 9, 2021
Check with the HIPPA regulations and consult an attorney
Check if you had any waiver signed by the patients
answered on Aug 11, 2020
This is not legal advice, but an informal glance at U.S. Trademark Office records suggests that there are over 100 pending applications or active registrations using the phrase "BE KIND" as a mark or as part of a mark.
Numerous factors are considered in determining whether a mark... Read more »
That were formerly owner by Piggly Wiggly Carolina co./GreenBax enterprises?
answered on Sep 9, 2019
You would be having a purchase contract. In this case the assets are the IP rights. You also may want to do a transfer or assignment of ownership. Best luck.
Perhaps I could preface each (of 1000's of generic jokes) with "Dave said ..."
What if I incorporated? Could insurance help? Any other loopholes?
answered on May 27, 2018
What you are talking about is creating a derivative work that you can then copyright. You can only do that if it is not substantially similar to the existing work. What you propose here is not enough to pass that test. Here is a helpful resource from the copyright office so you can see what I mean:... Read more »
answered on Jan 27, 2017
You could, however, you should be aware that you're only copyrighting the expression of the ideas, not the underlying ideas themselves. Also, 17 U.S.C. Section 110 and the TEACH Act provides some pretty robust defenses for the use of copyrighted material in the realm of education. This may... Read more »
I teach Graphic Design. Students and I create/take pictures for school, district and community. I would like to get the students credit for their work. Can I apply for a trademark or copyright that represents the entire program?
answered on Jan 27, 2017
For graphic design work, your best bet is to apply for copyright protection under the visual arts category. The application process may be a bit intimidating the first time, but only costs $55 for a standard electronic application. One application can cover thousands of works of UNPUBLISHED work... Read more »
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