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Tag Archives: U.S. Copyright Law

Copyright Law: Works Made for Hire

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Unlike with a patent, an original work does not need to be registered to have copyright protection. Original works have copyright protection from the very second that they are created. In most cases, the creator of the work is the one who owns the associated copyright. However, in cases where the original work was… Read More »

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Copyright and Characters: When Fictional People Take on Lives of Their Own

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Most people know that there is some type of legal protection for creative works like books, music, or movies, but the contours and limits of that copyright protection are a little murkier. For instance, one often litigated area of copyright law is how it applies to characters from creative works. For instance, when J.K…. Read More »

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