Monthly Archives: September 2014

Are you thinking about getting an iPhone 6?

I use an iPhone for work, and I also write legal apps for the iPhone and iPad, including Federal Civil Procedure. However, I have never reviewed new apple products. So, if you’re on the fence about whether you should buy

Posted in iPhone, technology

How to comply with the “safe harbor” provisions of the DMCA (17 USC § 512)

Did you know that, for a website operator to take advantage of Section 512(c) of the DMCA, he must designate a Copyright Agent with the United States Copyright Office? This means that some businesses who think they can rely on

Posted in copyright, Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Who owns copyright to a work?

Just about any type of creative expression (including software, photography, artwork, books, movies, and many other types of works) can be protected by copyright law. But, a question that is often overlooked is “who owns copyright to that work?” The

Posted in copyright, ownership

Why a Brand is Important

I’m not an audiophile, but this video describes exactly why a good brand is valuable. Despite the fact that other products out there are better, many people aren’t audiophiles and don’t have the time to figure out which pair of

Posted in trademark

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