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I was put in a situation where my ip from my internet was

I was put in a situation where my ip from my internet was used for copy movies without permission, Comcast is telling me to find a lawyer to vacate that subpoena, I don't know what to do.Thank you

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KJL LAW

Juris Doctorate

 
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We are a publisher. One of our authors has been missing ten

We are a publisher. One of our authors has been missing for over ten years. Her book is still in print and I know that her daughter has been receiving the checks and depositing them. I don't know if she is depositing them into the authors account of the daughters account. We don't have a problem with the daughter getting the money since we always continue to pay a deceased author's royalties to their heirs. Our problem is the heirs have never contacted us and we have no way of contacting them. Now we would like to publish the mother's work as a condensed version. Can we do this without a contract with the heirs?

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ScottyMacEsq

Doctoral Degree

 
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A company formed in '06 as an LLC in VA. They collected

A company formed in '06 as an LLC in VA. They collected investor funding but the business did not move forward. In '08, that business was no longer an LLC and no longer attempted to conduct any business. In 2016, I was given a business plan from that '06 company by one of the original investors and copied a few pages of legal jargon from theirs into docs we are using in a new LLC; parts of the operating agreement and subscription agreement. Completely separate businesses, no relation to each other at all. The owner of the '06 business caught wind that I used some of the language in his old agreements and is now attempting to say we have violated copyright laws by copying the legal jargon which he paid counsel to draft for him in '06. My question is... if those agreement were from a now defunct LLC, can this guy sue my company for copyright violation for use of the old agreements from an LLC which has been out of business since '08?

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alex reese

Intellectual Property Attorney

JD

 
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I recieved this email and i have no idea if its legitimate

http://imgur.com/23Nq7XP I recieved this email and i have no idea if its legitimate or not and it has me very scared.

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Dwayne B.

Juris Doctor

 
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I am wondering about possible copyright infringement. I have

I am wondering about possible copyright infringement. I have a small business doing leather work. I have been asked to make a pair of leather suspenders with tattoo flash hand tooled and painted for the design. The flash art was from the Internet and I cannot find the original artists name to ask permission. Would this be a violation.

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William B. Esq.

Attorney

Doctoral Degree

 
18,522 satisfied customers
This question is related to Software Licencing/Copyright

Hello,This question is related to Software Licencing/Copyright infringement for online coursesI want to build some online courses to teach people how to install, use and customize a company software that is normally sold for production use under software licence agreement .This software company offers to its customers some training programs on site or in academy. But ,I would like to propose my own online courses with demo of the software.I could download the full proprietary software thanks to my employer partnership with the software company. The company also let its partner install and run the software without licence if it is just for demo/evaluation purpose.Also the software company propose to its comunity , the free edition of the product for self-training and testing of IT software developpers.Since I want to install the full product in my environment to record product demos, I would like to know if there are any Licence/copyright infringements that I will be exposed by creating these online courses.Thank you for your answer or redirection to an apropriate adviserLooking forward to hear about youBest Regards

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Asad Rahman

Attorney

J.D.

 
2,272 satisfied customers
Got a letter from Concast with subpoena regarding

Got a letter from Concast with subpoena regarding downloading movie with copyrightJA: The Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: Just got the letter today, Comcast said that I need to file a motion to squash or else they will send my information to LHF productionsJA: OK. The Lawyer will need to help you with this. Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: LHF filed a lawsuit in the United States District court for the Northern district of Illinois about the IP address that downloaded something I guess a movie which is allegedly infringing LHF ProductionJA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should be aware of?Customer: I used Utorrent to download movie and after watching I delete the file.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.

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KJL LAW

Juris Doctorate

 
728 satisfied customers
I am starting a consulting firm and want to do business as

I am starting a consulting firm and want to do business as RBC Partners. There is already another RBC Partners. My RBC stands for Royce, Brandt, and Collins Inc..The original RBC Partners own RBCpartners.com. I own RBC-Partners.com. Can I be sued for Trademark infringement?

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Joycelaw

Attorney

Juris Doctorate

 
24 satisfied customers
Re: Copyright Law. 1) I am the owner of a limited edition

Re: Copyright Law.1) I am the owner of a limited edition numbered lithograph print by a living artist of some reputation and purchased at a gallery selling same. The print is individually signed by the artist. Question: May I reproduce this print by digital means for the purpose of hanging for personal in-home display of an enlarged version -- not to be otherwise sold in the enlarged form?2) Same print. Can I resell the original and include the digital file for the same enlargement purpose by the new owner of the original art IF I destroy my physical enlarged copy and digital file AND the new owner assumes the responsibility for reproduction for personal use purposes?

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Blake

J.D.

 
68 satisfied customers
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