Kelley Way explains how you can use a copyrighted work thanks to de minimis. It’s no guarantee, but de minimis helps you see if your usage is legally sound.
Authors often wonder if they can use the name of a real business in their novels. Literary lawyer Kelley Way shares about the issues of using business names in your books.
If you’re confused by plagiarism vs. copyright, then check out our latest post on the topic by our monthly columnist, Kelley Way, a lawyer specializing in literary law.
I’ve had several people reach out to me over the last month regarding a recent Supreme Court case, Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporation v. Wall-Street.com. The ruling made them worry about their ability to protect their copyrights. For those who aren’t aware of the case, here are the details: