California Copyright Conference

Titles of books, films, or songs do not qualify for trademark registration when used solely to identify the title a single work. With some planning and good legal advice, the rule can be transcended and registration secured even for those not as famous as Star Wars. There are several ways to achieve trademark protection for that awesome title.

Here is your step-by-step guide.

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The California Copyright Conference presents “Exploring the Digital Landscape” on February 12, 6:15 p.m., Sportsmen’s Lodge. Join moderators Ed Arrow, Sr. VP Universal Music and James Leach VP, SESAC as they ask the tough questions of representatives from YouTube, MusicNotes,  Android and Google Play.   Where exactly is all the money going?

An informative, and we hope a provocative evening.  Register here:


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