How to Register Your Own Copyright

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Sourcebooks, Inc., 2004. gada 1. maijs - 248 lappuses
After putting your time and effort into creating an original work, you should be sure that work is protected from those who may want to steal it. Without a copyright, you could lose the right that the law provides for your work.

How to Register Your Own Copyright gives you detailed information on everything you should know about copyrights-from whether or not your work can be copyrighted to the way to register your copyright with the government. It is important to be sure that you are taking the correct steps to protect your work.

Complete with step-by-step instructions and the forms you need, this book makes registering your work a hassle-free experience.

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Works That Cannot Be Copyrighted
13
Works of Others You Can Use
21
Reasons to Register Your Copyright
37
Registering Your Copyright
47
Length of a Copyright
55
International Copyrights
63
Other Protections
67
Glossary
77
Schedule of Copyright Office Fees
89
Deposit Requirements for a Work of Visual Arts
97
International Copyright Relations of
105
Blank Forms
139
Index
217
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Par autoru (2004)

Mark Warda received his law degree from the University of Illinois at Champaign. He practiced law in Clearwater, Florida, and then gave up a busy law practice to publish self-help law books. He has written or coauthored many self-help law guides, including How to Start a Business in Florida and How to Register Your Own Trademark. Mr. Warda continues to live and write in Clearwater, Florida.

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