Forming a business is quite the challenge. In the hustle and bustle of making sure all the proper documentation is signed, employees are hired, and the vision for the business is developed and honed, entrepreneurs commonly forget to dot their i’s and cross their t’s when it comes to copyright law. Although the suggestions for avoidance of the most common pitfalls are addressed below, a startup entity should always consult an intellectual property (IP) attorney, to ensure that all bases are covered.
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