Having access to and enjoying art is essential to human well-being and happiness. Those with the desire and skills to create art of all kinds need to be encouraged and supported.
The framers of the United States Constitution thought protecting creative works was important enough to include language specifically granting exclusive ownership and control in creative works to those who create them.
If the Founding Fathers thought it was important enough to “promote the progress of science and useful arts” by offering protection for them, shouldn’t you?
ADLI’s copyright lawyers have the experience, knowledge, and skill to effectively protect your copyrights and their potentially tremendous value, and to enforce that protection when those rights are threatened.
If you’re involved in the creation of any type of art, be it choreography, music, photography, paintings, architecture, computer code, writing, filming, or any other type of creative endeavors, we can help you protect, promote, and monetize them.
The Subject Was Patent Eligibility
Section 101 of the patent act sets the foundational requirements an invention must meet to be eligible for patent protection. A recent en banc decision of the federal Circuit Court…
Uncertain fate of AB 51 and PAGA arbitration prohibition
Judge William A. Fletcher, one of the judges in the original 2-1 panel majority upholding AB 51, switched sides on Appellant’s en bane rehearing petition and voted for a panel…
Defenses to Performance of COVID-19 Impacted Contracts
A recent decision by an Orange County Superior Court judge confirms the viability of the defenses of impossibility or impracticability of performance of certain COVID-19 impacted contracts, and finds a…