With the global expansion of the Internet, information publishing is one of the most exciting entrepreneurial opportunities of the century. Yet new legal challenges surround making knowledge and expertise available in electronic form, and easily accessible on the world wide web.
Since specialized information is the lifeblood of your business, the smartest investment you can make is in protecting it from theft and unauthorized use. Every publisher doing business on the Internet today has intellectual property law issues. How effectively these are handled is intrinsic to the success of your company or venture. Service providers such as copywriters and designers also need to be aware of the ramifications concerning how their work and contributions will be used.
As a leading New York intellectual property, Internet and e-commerce law attorney, Steven Mancinelli has helped many companies, authors and individuals safely take advantage of the new business opportunities that now exist for publishers.
You’ll discover 25 proven, time-tested principles for protecting your business or venture in Steven’s recently published Special Report:
It will give you a taste of his strategic approach to help you maximize profits. It’s free. Click here to download it.
The firm assists traditional and specialty information publishers with these and other legal issues:
• trade secrets
• Internet subscription and database services
• domain names
• software protection
• contract drafting, review and negotiation
• click wrap agreements
• joint ventures
• Internet, e-commerce, technology and computer law
• due diligence
• social media
• marketing considerations
• international distribution arrangements
• continuity deals
• investors and venture capitalist financing
Protect Your Creativity, Knowledge and Expertise
Here’s a good example of the kind of incident that happens all the time in the publishing industry, and how Steven resolved the difficulty for his client:
The client was a marketing company that developed, wrote and licensed sweepstakes packages to various publishers for their promotional purposes. One of the licensees, a major national publisher, cut and pasted the client’s content to make new sweepstakes packages. Steven sued for copyright infringement and quickly obtained a substantial settlement.
Call Steven Mancinelli today to learn more about maximizing your opportunities in publishing. The number is 212-366-1324.
Steven Mancinelli, Esq.
Mancinelli & Associates
111 John Street, Suite 800
New York, NY 10038
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