Copyright is a form of protection granted by law for original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible medium of expression. This means that the work must be an original creation, not copied, and it must be somehow fixed or recorded so that a coy of the work exists. Copyright protects original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works including writings, computer programs, artwork, photographs, poerty, songs, movies, sculptures, architectural plans and drawings. Copyright does not protect ideas, but the particular expression of an idea can be protected. To learn more about copyrights and copyright law, please view our short informational videos, visit our blog, or Contact Us with your specific question.
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Michele G. Moss has been in practice for over 14 years and has extensive experience in civil trial and litigation in Florida state and Federal courts. Her diverse commercial litigation background includes intellectual property, cyber law, products liability, personal injury and insurance coverage.