See how copyrights can protect your creative work, and know how to handle infringements, license agreements, and more.
Trademarks vs. copyrights: Which one is right for you?
Copyrights and trademarks are both important tools in protecting your intellectual property, but knowing what you need can be confusing.
How to copyright a book
You can register a copyright for your book by submitting your registration electronically, or by mailing in a print application.
The term 'all rights reserved' explained
Protecting your creative work requires a basic understanding of copyrights, including the meaning and use of the phrase “all rights reserved."
Protect your screenplay and your partnership with a collaboration agreement
About to embark on a collaborative screenplay project with a co-writer? Learn how to protect your work—and your partnership—with a collaborative…
Reprinted with permission: Getting and giving consent to reprint images
At some point or another, we all find a photo that we either want to republish or reprint. But don't do it without first obtaining permission. And…
Four steps to protect your app and yourself
Developing an app opens up a variety of legal considerations from liability to intellectual property. These four easy steps will help you protect…
How to copyright a building
Original building designs created in any tangible medium of expression can receive copyright protection as architectural works.
How to copyright a movie or short film
You automatically hold copyright to your movie or short film from the moment its created and put into a fixed form. But registering your copyright is…
Video games and copyright infringement
Video game piracy is estimated to cost the video game industry millions of dollars every year. Enforcing these rights is a never-ending battle. Here…
Protecting and selling your mobile application
Even with the mobile app business booming, there is still room for app innovation. If you have your own idea for a mobile app and are ready to start…