News and Articles About Copyrights
'Happy Birthday,' which reportedly generates $2 million per year for the Warner/Chappell Music, was interjected into public domain in the 20s, according to new evidence filed in a two-year-old suit.
When your social media presence is an integral part of your livelihood, it's important to know what you can do to protect yourself.
To maximize your protection, follow this quick checklist.
The muralist says that after a potential deal with the coffee giant fell through, Starbucks designed cups inspired by her art anyway.
Creators say their videos are being pilfered and posted onto Facebook by third parties, which detracts from valuable YouTube views.
Richard Prince has outraged photographers.
The truth is lots of people are thinking of the same ideas and many people may not even realize they are influenced by other's concepts.
Target makes headlines with the latest copyright infringement fiasco. Here's how to make sure that never happens to you.
Trademarks, patents and copyrights are esoteric legal matters of huge importance to entrepreneurs.
Stay-at-home mompreneur Melissa Lay was shocked to discover that Target is selling a T-shirt nearly identical to the one she handprints out of her Oregon garage.
Today's smart companies -- big and small -- are using them as part of a comprehensive IP strategy.
Trademarks and patents are far from perfect protection but they are, literally, the least a business can do to protect itself from counterfeiters.
The idea that will make you rich likely needs to be protected long before you are rich.
Besides investing in trademarking strategies, a chief component and underlying thread to Oprah's mega-success is keeping her brand strong by preventing dilution.