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5 Oct 2017

Copyright Registration: Five Useful Things to Know

2017-10-05T16:34:00+00:00 October 5th, 2017|Copyrights|

If you’ve created an excellent new creative work, you want to protect your rights to it. If the work is not registered with the U.S Copyright office, you will not be able to sue for copyright infringement. Registration also makes your work searchable to the public in a database so that people in Tampa and [...]

25 Oct 2016

Retain a Copyright Attorney

2016-11-09T16:48:00+00:00 October 25th, 2016|Copyright Lawyer|

Tampa Bay boasts a creative community, and we believe these works should be given the respect they deserve. Whether you are a songwriter, an illustrator, or an architect, your lyrics or drawings could become fodder for an infringement case. To protect your creations, whether blueprints, glassworks, or a sound recording, contact a copyright attorney. Not [...]

15 Jun 2016

How Do Copyrights Protect Your Business?

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 June 15th, 2016|Copyrights|

Copyrights can protect your Largo business by ensuring you retain the sole rights to your works. Larson and Larson patent attorneys want to spare you of this scenario: you lease a building to establish a business, spend weeks interviewing and hiring staff members, then spend thousands of dollars on the marketing, promotional material, instructional literature, [...]

11 Apr 2016

The Copyright Lawyer that Protects Artists

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 April 11th, 2016|Copyright Lawyer, Copyrights|

If you are in need of a copyright lawyer for legal counsel in St. Petersburg, Larson & Larson is here for you. We have the experience and expertise to ensure your works of art are credited to you and protected by the law. We aim to provide clients with peace of mind and to give [...]

14 Oct 2015

How to Prevent Content Theft Online

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 October 14th, 2015|Copyrights|

Online media and modern software have made it difficult to be an independent creator; millions of anonymous users threaten —actively or passively— to appropriate your content on a daily basis. If you want to safeguard your work and protect it from theft, a copyright attorney serving Tampa can help you. The Basics of Copyright As [...]

21 Sep 2015

Copyrights and Intellectual Property

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 September 21st, 2015|Copyrights, Intellectual Property|

Plagiarism happens even in St. Petersburg, and when it does it is essential that a professional copyright lawyer handles the case. Many confuse Copyright with other forms of intellectual property, but each form of intellectual property is distinct. You want to secure what is rightfully yours, including any and all recognition and monetary benefits. Hiring [...]

29 Jul 2014

Copyrights & Social Media for Business’

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 July 29th, 2014|Copyrights, Intellectual Property, Litigation|

There is no denying the importance of businesses today having a strong online presence. With more companies turning to social media as a way to reach and engage audiences, it is becoming essential to make sure one follows the correct guidelines and procedures to avoid copyright infringement. At Larson & Larson we specialize in trademark [...]

28 May 2014

Do I Need A Copyright Attorney?

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 May 28th, 2014|Copyright Infringement, Copyrights, Intellectual Property, Litigation|

When filing for copyright, the filing needs to be completed quickly and correctly, and you may want to consider having a copyright attorney to help with this process. Here at Larson and Larson, Attorneys of Largo, we specialize in patent, trademark, and copyright law and we are very familiar with the processes for filing each [...]

1 May 2014

Copyright Protection: What You Need to Know

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00 May 1st, 2014|Copyright Infringement, Copyrights, Intellectual Property|

Copyrights protect authors of original pieces of both published and unpublished works including, but not limited to, literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic. The 1976 Copyright Act gives the owner the exclusive rights to authorize the following: reproduction of the work, prepare derivatives of the work, distribute copies of the work, transfer ownership, and perform/display work [...]