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COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND HOW TO AVOID IT

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  1. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND HOW TO AVOID IT

  2. Copyright Infringement Copyright infringement is the unauthorized use of intellectual property (IP). The Copyright Act provides for numerous remedies for copyright infringement, including injunctive relief, seizure and impoundment, and monetary damages. A L W A Y S S U M M E R G Y P S Y

  3. Works Protected by Copyright Law Literature - Novels, short stories, essays, poems, manuscripts, articles, computer software, and smartphone apps Music - Musical notes, melodies, song lyrics, jingles, operas, and musical plays Sound recordings - Podcasts, CDs, and recorded speeches Audio-visual - Movies, television shows, online videos, stage plays, video games and slideshows, pantomimes, and choreography Art - Graphics, fine arts, photographs, maps, diagrams, and sculptures Architectural - Architectural plans and associated drawings A L W A Y S S U M M E R G Y P S Y

  4. How to Avoid Copyright Infringement Conduct extensive research before using any type of intellectual property. Certain websites offer the use of copyrighted material for a flat fee. Look for Instances of Fair Use Copyrights used for non-commercial purposes may be exempt from infringement. Source Materials from the Public Domain The public domain contains thousands of free materials which may be commercially viable. A L W A Y S S U M M E R G Y P S Y

  5. CONSOR brings over two decades of intellectual property valuation experience to its copyright valuation analysis. Damage calculation methodologies include lost profits, reasonable royalties, statutory damages, and more. VISIT: www.consor.com CALL: 800.454.9091 A L W A Y S S U M M E R