Copyright Protection

Securing Your Copyright

Our team at Trademark Access also specializes in other forms of federal intellectual property law and can help you protect all forms of your intellectual property, including copyrighted materials.

Copyright applies to the following types of works:

  • Your logo design
  • Visual art
  • Photographs
  • Videos and motion pictures
  • Written text (novels, poems, business materials, newspaper articles)
  • Dramatic works
  • Songs
  • Sculpture
  • Architectural works
  • And any other artistic creation

Why Register Your Copyright?

As the creator of an original work, you immediately hold the copyright to your work. This means that only you have the right to reproduce, distribute, display, perform, and create derivative works from your original version. However, before you can bring any legal action to enforce your copyrights, you must register it with the U.S. Copyright Office.  Also, when you register your copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office, you greatly increase the legal power you have against infringement of your work.

Knowledgeable attorneys, including our team at Trademark Access, usually recommend that copyright holders register their copyrights as soon as possible. Copyright owners who register within three months of the materials’ publication can be awarded attorney’s fees and statutory damages against potential infringment, and settle their claims quickly to avoid lengthy litigations down the road.

Assistance from a Qualified Attorney

At Trademark Access, our attorneys can help you ensure that your copyrighted materials are protected. Whether you are seeking early legal counsel during the copyright registration phase, prosecuting against infringement, or creating agreements for contracted work, our experienced IP attorneys can help you safeguard your creative materials. Contact our experienced team at Trademark Access to receive the help you need in all copyright-related matters.