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Copyright Registration: Is It Necessary?

05th October 2011
A copyright laws is a form of rational home which protects authentic operates of authorship including fictional (books, journals, computer courses, dining tables as well as compilations including computer and directories), remarkable, audio (songs and als...
Author: Alexander Howard
Copyright & Trademark

Automated Databases Not Copy Righted?

18th February 2011
In the recent case of Telstra Corporation Limited v Phone Directories Company Pty Ltd [2010] FCA 44, the Full Federal Court held that computer generated databases are not protected by copyright laws as these do not add any literary value or human authorsh...
Author: kylejamy
Copyright & Trademark

Copyright Law: Protecting your Intellectual Property Investment

06th January 2011
Intellectual Property / Copyright Law In a nutshell, intellectual property law protects the work product of one's imagination or mind. However, this is not all it does. Not only does intellectual property cover copyright, trademark, and patents, but it...
Author: Aaron Kelly
Internet Law

Is Article Spinning Copyright Infringment?

16th December 2010
Article Spinning & Copyright Infringement "Article spinning" is becoming a popular method of producing web content by webmasters, Internet marketers, and others who want to own online content without having to pay much to get it. For those who don't...
Author: Aaron Kelly

The Importance of a Fictitious Business Name

10th July 2009
A business name identifies and distinguishes one product or brand from another. So, when starting a business, it is necessary to have an identity or name and file Fictitious Business Name (FBN) Statement before engaging in any transaction. This can as...
Author: Mesriani Law Group