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Trademarks identify your brand and help with sales, but you can wait to register it until your brand has grown enough to cover the cost.
Authors need to protect themselves from potential lawsuits by understanding the definitions of defamation, libel and slander.
A contract between an author and illustrator can prevent misunderstanding, protect copyright, and clarify who owns the final work.
The copyright claims board offers authors an opportunity to resolve copyright disputes without the cost of a full lawsuit.
Registering your copyright isn’t necessary, but it’s an excellent way to protect your intellectual property and required for a lawsuit.
Kelley Way defines the difference between copyright and trademark and how to correctly apply them to authors’ creative work.
Copyright infringement is a longstanding problem. The Copyright Claims Board is an affordable, user-friendly solution for authors.
The difference between copyrights, trademarks and patents when it comes to intellectual property can be difficult to discern. It’s vital to understand what each concept is and what it protects.
Unfortunately, copyright infringement is rampant in the Age of the Internet. Fortunately, there are a few ways to discourage infringement. Check out how with writer and literary lawyer, Kelley Way.
When it comes to marketing, authors and companies can use the advantages of trademarks and brands. But what’s actually the difference between these, and how do you use them? Kelley Way explains.