Protect your creative work
Copyright protection will ensure that you keep the exclusive rights to your work. While your work is copyrighted upon creation, registering a copyright provides a public record. This means you are in control of how your work is used and can sue if it’s used without permission.
Our copyright services include:
- Literary Works (Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Articles, Periodicals)
- Visual Arts (Artwork, Illustrations, Jewelry, Fabric, Architecture)
- Performing Arts (Music, Lyrics, Sound Recordings, Scripts, Stage Plays)
- Motion Pictures (Movies, TV Shows, Video Games, Animation, Videos)
- Photographs (News Photos, Selfies, Wedding Photos, Family Photos)
We also provide copyright services for digital content (computer programs, databases, blogs, and websites).
Please note that our copyright services are currently limited to:
- Existing clients
- New clients if bundled with other services
Learn more about how copyrights will help you protect your business:
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