Intellectual Property Articles

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First Sale Doctrine Has No Geographic Limitation
Books sold outside the country by publishers may be imported and resold by first purchaser without copyright violation because the first sale doctrine does not end at the border.
What makes a Lawyer Websites generate clients?
Lawyer Websites that generate clients for attorneys
Cat v. Copycat: Copyright Infringement Litigation Overview.
If you have a registered copyright you may legally enforce your rights against all infringers of that copyright by filing a Complaint.
Take Reasonable Efforts to Avoid Inadvertent Employee Disclosure of Trade Secrets Through Social Media Platforms
Discussion about the recently enacted Uniform Trade Secret Act and tips for minimizing legal and business risks related to employees' inadvertent disclosure of trade secrets on social media sites.
Trademark Lawyer Raleigh NC: What are Trademarks?
Trademark Lawyer Raleigh NC: Trademark Law
Proving Publication in Cyberspace
The essential problem with proving digital content is that what you see or rely on today may not exist tomorrow. Internet publications are not tangible and, therefore, defy traditional means of authentication.
Copyright and Trademark Perils of Websites
Burt Legal discusses the risks of trademark and copyright infringement when publishing your own website.
Cease and Desist Letters – Ignore at Your Own Risk
Burt Legal discusses how to respond to cease and desist letters.
The Feel Good Fair Use Test
If an artist, producer or publisher wants to use a copyrighted work, or a portion of it, in their own work, they need the permission of the copyright owner.

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