Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property Law Questions? Ask a Lawyer
Hello! My name is ***** ***** I am an attorney with Just Answer. I'm here to help. For your information, copyright and trademarks are generally judged based on their distinctiveness from the original work of art. If you could not find that these titles are protected, then the other party, to win a claim of copyright infringement in civil or criminal court, must show he or she owns a valid copyright, the defendant actually copied the work, and the level of copying amounts to misappropriation. So, unless you directly copied, you should be able to beat a copyright claim.
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