Copyrights

Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Trademarks

There's a ton of value in registering one for your business.

Sid Peddinti

How to Test and Choose the Best Name for Your Business

You want to trust your gut – but this test can help confirm that the name you like is right for your business.

Brad Flowers

YouTube Starts Checking for Copyright Violations as Videos Upload

It's then possible to fix any copyright issues before a video is published.

Matthew Humphries

Free Webinar | Jan. 13: What Entrepreneurs Should Know About Intellectual Property Rights

Join our experts as they discuss what new entrepreneurs need to know about intellectual property-no matter their budget or company size.

How to File a DMCA Takedown and Protect Your Reputation

In the age of the internet and social media, it's easier than ever for people to steal intellectual property -- intentionally or unintentionally. The trick is knowing how to combat it when it happens to you.

YouTube Warns Its Copyright Changes Could Result in More Takedowns

Copyright holders can no longer seize revenue over short music clips, though.

Steve Dent

Hey Writers, Need an Idea? The Copyrights on a Bunch of Classics Have Expired and Are Ready for the Zombie Treatment

In 2009, Seth Grahame-Smith scored big with 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' when the Jane Austen classic became public domain.

Joan Oleck

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

Jessica Abo sits down with attorney Scott Sisun to find out what your company may need when it comes to intellectual property.

Jessica Abo

Clothing Company Named 'Steve Jobs' Can Keep Name After Apple Loses Legal Battle

The Italian company can continue to use the Apple founder's name and Apple's logo and plans to start offering electronic devices under the brand.

Matthew Humphries

The Beginner's Guide to Using Stock Images Without Getting Sued

You know content is king, and you know you can get images readily online. You probably don't know how many ways this can lead to an unfriendly letter from a lawyer.

Jeff Rojas