Category: Intellectual Property

Do I Need a Copyright Lawyer?

Companies profit from many things and often need their intellectual property protected. In many cases, this can be a patent, trade secret, or protection for a marketing trademark. If your business is creative in nature, then your creative work could also need...

Trademark vs. Copyright: What Creative Businesses Must Know

Creators must know when to use trademark vs. copyright. Trademarks and copyrights provide tools that creative businesses use to protect intellectual property and grow. Read this article to know the difference between the two and how to use them in your business....

Four Ways To Deal With Amazon Copycats

Amazon copycats present real problems for any Amazon seller. They copy products, they copy brand names and they hijack listings. While it may be impossible to get rid of Amazon copycats completely, there are ways that you can deal with them if you are an Amazon...

Podcasting Legal Issues

Podcasting legal issues exist. And while they are not necessarily complex, they should be given attention early on. The main types of podcasting legal issues involve brand protection, business formation and collaboration, and intellectual property licensing....

Client Profile: Matt Hebermehl

This month we talked to Matt Hebermehl to hear his story and see what advice he would give to up-and-coming creators. You may see his work displayed in Atlanta at the new Mercedes Benz Stadium, where he was commissioned by Arthur M. Blank and SCAD to create...

Content Marketing Legal Issues

Content marketing legal issues can derail an otherwise well-executed content marketing plan. That’s why anybody planning to engage in content marketing as part of their business should learn how to steer clear of easily-avoidable but potentially-painful legal...