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Month: July 2019

What Will I Be Entitled To If I Win My Copyright Infringement Case?
Posted in Firm News,Intellectual Property on July 24, 2019

The potential threat of a copyright infringement lawsuit is justifiably the biggest concern for anyone engaging in infringing acts. On the opposite end of the spectrum, however, are copyright owners who discover that their copyright is being infringed on and wish to take immediate legal action to stop it and seek damages where applicable. The…

Creators of Parodies Are Granted Immunity From a Copyright Infringement Lawsuit by Claiming Fair Use
Posted in Firm News,Intellectual Property on July 11, 2019

A parody is defined as a humorous use of an existing song, play, or writing that changes some of the original content to create a laughable, ironic new work. However, the original author may wish to prosecute the parody’s author for copyright infringement. Unfortunately, for many of these original authors, the creators of parodies are generally protected…