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Public Performance of a Copyrighted Work

There seems to be a dichotomy when it comes to different media and how they are publicly performed in the Copyright Act in the United States. Why? In any medium, the public performance of a copyrighted work without permission or a license is copyright infringement as...

New Fees for the Library of Congress Copyright Office as of March 20, 2020

Despite the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 wreaking havoc across the world, the intellectual property system of the United States marches on. That includes the increase of new fees at the Library of Congress' Copyright Office. Remember, it is important to...

Law & Business Episode 48: Tina Vignali of the blog Traveleidoscope

On Episode 48 of the "Law & Business" podcast, it's Tina Vignali of the blog Traveleidoscope. We have a friendly chat about what the blog means from a business model standpoint and some hot travel topics as the world is beginning to not be friendly to travel for...

Video blog 27: How is the Novel Coronavirus Impacting the Intellectual Property System?

Verna Law, P.C. currently has cases in the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the Southern District of New York, the Eastern District of New York, the District of New Jersey, the Central District of California, and the Western District of Washington. The Trademark...