53 minutes | May 15, 2018

Intellectual Property and the Piracy Police With Matthew Goings

Attorney Matthew Goings, discusses how we can protect ourselves and know our liabilities when managing our own and delving into another’s intellectual property.

 

Links:

Georgia Lawyers for the Arts: www.Glarts.org

Goings Legal: www.Goingslegal.com

Matthew’s Twitter:  https://twitter.com/GoingsLegal?lang=en

Matthew’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewgoings/

Matthew’s phone number: 478-951-0266

Websites for images with CC0 Licenses:  www.pixabay.com, www.pexel.com, www.unsplash.com

Logo design websites: www.99designs.com, www.Logomyway.com

 

*****Timestamped Highlights*****

(4:10): Matthew defines intellectual property.

(5:00) Intellectual property as “A creation of the mind”

(6:07) Categories of intellectual property

(8:30) It’s all about the timing: When to register your copyright

 (10:20) The costs of certain copyrights

(13:08) Classes: the limits to trademark

(16:48) Gaining extended trademark protections

(20:06) When it is worth it to pursue a trademark

(21:16) Trademarks crossing state lines

(23:13) Should your nonprofit trademark its name?

(26:16) Three recommendations for trademarks

(31:00) The danger of using images you found online

(34:06) Matthew explains Nominative Fair Use

(34:50) Understanding commercial use

(37:36) Sites that do not require commercial licensing for use

(38:48) Matthew explains the CC0 License

 (41:12) Paying a creator for your logo

(44:20) The origin of Matthew’s firm’s logo

(47:20) Closing remarks on the tips for using another’s intellectual property

(48:57) Matthew’s perspective on stoicism as a way of life

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