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The government has the right to provide authors and creators with protection for their ideas.
A copyright is a claim on a particular idea, invention, photograph or other intangible ideas that protects it from being ‘stolen’ from the original creator. It does not apply to general ideas or concepts, but rather singular creations.
This encourages the community to grow and invent new concepts. Copyrights grant the owner exclusive rights to recreate these into other alternatives, make copies, perform the work and to spread/and out their idea.
You place yourself at risk for a copyright violation when you attempt to duplicate or recreate an already claimed idea.
If you are facing charges related to counterfeiting or intellectual property, it’s important you speak to an attorney, contact us today.
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We are proud to include former prosecutors on our team in order to provide you, the client, with insight into how the government may seek to build their case against you.
We have a reputation for successfully handling criminal cases brought by the FBI, DOJ, SEC, U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and other government agencies.
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