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Copyrights of Factual Creations By Jeffrey E. Jacobson, Esq. Copyrights do not protect facts or ideas; rather, they protect the expression of them.  Consequently, the fact that Columbus discovered America is not protectable by copyright.  However, the fanciful expression that “Columbus sailed the Ocean Blue in fourteen hundred ninety two” may be. Factual compilations used...
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Intellectual Property Considerations For Restaurants & Other Culinary Establishments By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. As restaurants and other culinary establishments continue to form and grow, these companies begin to face new legal challenges similar to any other business.  While there are many matters a potential restaurateur must evaluate prior to forming or creating a culinary...
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02/09/2018 – Copyright Law Update: “Design Protection” In “Useful Articles” By Jeffrey E. Jacobson, Esq.             The Supreme Court decision in Star Athletica v. Varsity Brands last year clarified the law on copyrightability of the creative elements in useful articles. That case involved alleged copyright infringement of cheerleading uniforms. Since a uniform is a useful...
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Copyright & Music Business Announcement – Mechanical Royalty Rate Increases (01-29-2018) – Today, The Copyright Royalty Board, the body responsible for setting the statutory rates, has increased the U.S. mechanical royalty Rate.  A mechanical license is used to “reproduce and distribute copyrighted musical compositions (songs) on CDs, records, tapes, or permanent digital downloads.” This means...
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By Jeffrey E. Jacobson, Esq. Music is a bit unusual because there are two Copyrights involved for every master recording that is produced. There is a Copyright in the song, which consists of the underlying music and lyrics, and a Copyright in the sound recording itself. Lyrics and music are protected on the PA Copyright...
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By: The Jacobson Firm, P.C. It has long been the law that a copyright infringement claim involving jewelry designs requires the party alleging infringement to prove that its design is 1) protectable under copyright law; 2) that the alleged infringer had access to the copyrighted work; and 3) that the infringer’s design is “substantially similar”...
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By Jeffrey E. Jacobson & Justin M. Jacobson Intellectual Property Law is a fancy term that has been much used in the last decade. Simply stated it includes the laws of patents, trademarks, copyrights and unfair competition. Intellectual Property is concerned with the protection and exploitation of creations. Copyrights cover the expression of ideas in...
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Copyrights In Music By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. We have previously explored the reasons to register a copyright and the procedures to effectuate it.  In this article, we will explore copyright law as it specifically relates to the music industry to ensure the proper exploitation and monetization of an artist’s finished song. For a work...
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By Jeffrey E. Jacobson, Esq. Do you want to create a new superhero? Do you dream about a job in the majors? Did you ever think, or even guess, no less speculate, that once you had both, you still would not own the rights to your creation? One of the most important concepts of copyright...
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