Copyright Registration & Infringement

Our copyright attorneys specialize in copyright registration and contract negotiations involving copyrighted work. We work with clients in nearly every major industry, and have experience with a wide range of copyrighted material, including books and literary works, music, film, art, software, fabric design and more. We are also well-versed in contract law, and can assist with creating Work Made For Hire Agreements, Copyright Assignments and Collaboration Agreements to help prevent Co-Authorship Disputes.

On the litigation side, our copyright infringement attorneys represent authors asserting their rights against copyright infringers, and defend clients accused of copyright infringement. We also draft collaboration agreements to help prevent co-authorship disputes. We have experience advocating for clients in both U.S. district and appellate court, and we regularly work with our clients to achieve their goals outside of court, including the issuance and enforcement of Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown requests.

To request a free consultation with a copyright attorney in Albany, New York City, Phoenix AZ, Washington DC, Boston MA and San Diego CA, call (800) 451-4041. You can also learn more about our copyright protection and litigation services below.

Copyright Protection

Copyright Protection

Our copyright attorneys specialize in copyright registration and protection for a vast scope of subject matter, including software, books, art, music, film, fabric design and more.

Copyright Litigation

Copyright Litigation

In addition to representing authors asserting their rights against copyright infringers, we have also successfully defended clients accused of copyright infringement.

Contract Negotiations

Contract Negotiations

Our copyright lawyers are well-versed in contract law and provide unique insight into the intellectual property considerations that accompany copyright contract deals.

Legal FAQs

Copyright FAQs

Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about copyrights, including how to avoid co-authorship disputes and when to use Work Made For Hire Agreements.