We break down the odds and ends of registering copyrights. This article was originally published by DJBOOTH Whenever a client asks me to submit a copyright registration for them, I always tell them, straight up, “I’m happy to do it for you, but if you’re looking to save money, then this is something you can […]
Following public suggestion, the U.S. Copyright Office has established new rules allowing for group registration of unpublished works. Whereas previously the number of unpublished works you could register was limited only by what you could upload to the system in an hour, the new system, available only via the online application (and with the deposits […]
On Tuesday, November 4, John Seay, founder of The Seay Firm LLC, was interviewed on Midtown Business Radio X. During the interview, John discussed his entertainment law practice and background in the industry, among other topics. Initially scheduled to appear alongside John was Maxwell Pickett, brother of soul legend Wilson Pickett, on behalf of Seay […]
The Strategy Sessions event on July 13, 2014, was a success. I (John) presented some basic tenets of intellectual property law and then took questions from the audience. The below photos are courtesy of Erin Schopf. Special thanks to Anne Almasy for organizing such a great event. Look forward to participating again in the future.