Think artists can't afford to hire lawyers? Actually, artists can't afford to not have one by their side. Here's four reasons why.
It has become a common refrain among lawyers who represent photographers and other artists that it is important to register your work with the U.S. Copyright Office. Although registration is not required for copyright protection, it is a prerequisite to bringing an infringement lawsuit, and timely registration (within three months of publication or before an
Obtaining music licensing rights for videos is difficult but those that don't receive them are putting themselves and their customers at risk of a copyright infringement lawsuit.
The Copyright Office's updates to the Copyright Compendium shed clarity on batch registration options and other issues facing visual artists. […]
What do independent artists, designers, and photographers have in common? They're all covered under the new NYC freelance law, which ensures they'll get paid for their work. […]
An AI machine studied folk music notations to create over 100,000 new songs - but can the machine hold copyright protection over a creative work? […]
Unicolors' ultimate success in suing Urban Outfitters for copyright infringement hinged on one simple act: that Unicolors spent $55 to register its designs with the U.S Copyright Office. […]
The FTC recently issued a series of letters to Instagram influencers who do not adequately disclose their endorsements. […]
Arturo Di Modica claims "Fearless Girl," a new public art installation on Wall Street, is a derivative work of his "Charging Bull." […]
Art forgery remains a rampant issue within the art market and recent cases serve as a reminder of the need for highly technological tools to combat the practice. […]
FreeVintagePosters.com incorrectly says offering free downloads of posters online is a practice protected by the DMCA. […]
The Bauhaus movement revolutionized architecture and design, but its founder may have committed copyright infringement to keep its legacy alive. […]