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The U.S. Copyright Act


Five rights are granted by the Copyright Act. These rights can be limited and there are exceptions that apply. These rights are conferred as soon as one has a copyright.

Other Rights of the Copyright Holder

I Have a Copyright and I Would Like to Exercise My Rights, Do I Need a Lawyer?
While some of your copyright rights are easier to exercise (such as reproduction and distribution), exercising other rights can be much more complicated. If you would like to license your copyrighted work, register your copyright, or believe someone has infringed your copyright, an experienced lawyer can help you get the results you are looking for.

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Last Modified: 12-04-2013 12:59 PM PST

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