How to Copyright Your Materials
Throughout the business world, copyrights exist as a governmental service offering protection to intellectual property. This typically entails protecting artistic works which can exist as the backbone for a variety of businesses.
If you are interested in protecting your hard work and the unique aspects of your organization, the Des Moines business law attorneys at LaMarca Law Group, P.C. can help. Contact our office today at 1-(877) 327-2600 to learn more about your options from an experienced legal professional.
The following information can assist individuals interested in obtaining a copyright for the intellectual property of their business:
- You do not have to register with any government entity to copyright your material.
- You do have to register your work with the U.S. Copyright Office to achieve a number of official copyright benefits, such as having the terms of your copyright on public record.
- Only copyrighted materials registered with the U.S. Copyright Office can be involved in copyright infringement litigation.
- As soon as your work is tangible, be it physically or electronically, it is capable of being protected by copyright law.
While many intellectual properties are automatically copyrighted, it is important to go through the steps of registering the property in order to take advantage of the governmental protection available.
Copyright law can offer you the protection you need for your hard work and the unique components of your company. An experienced legal professional can help you navigate copyright laws and achieve the protection you desire. Contact the Des Moines business law attorneys at LaMarca Law Group, P.C. today at 1-(877) 327-2600 to speak to a friendly and practiced attorney about your interests and priorities.