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‘Secret’ keys to effective legal demands and responses

USA - January 3 2018 Internet disputes are often resolved through correspondence. But effective dispute-resolving correspondence often differs from what most people think...


You can transfer a copyright without saying ‘copyright’

USA - December 27 2017 You may think there is one simple hard-and-fast rule of copyright law: you cannot transfer a copyright without a written instrument signed by the...


‘Gotcha’ copyright claims can prompt ‘gotcha’ ownership defenses

USA - November 20 2017 Copyright law is full of technicalities, which claimants love to exploit. But defendants can exploit technicalities, too. As copyright owners more...


It’s no joke: Some copyrights are thin weaklings

USA - October 30 2017 A copyright is an intangible property right. I sometimes suggest thinking of a copyright as a cloud hanging over its creator even when the underlying...


FTC: Even implied messages need explicit disclosures

USA - October 26 2017 On the Internet, it’s not just what you say, but also what you imply. Social media comments, video and image posts, and even tags and “likes,” can...