A copyright gives to owner the exclusive right to use an original work. "Use" is defined to include present, perform, produce copies of, and sell the right to use to others.
The small "c" in a circle on a work, usually next to a date, denotes a copyright on that work. The mark is optional, but can be helpful in a legal case where a person is trying to prove he or she copyrighted the work.
The job description of a copyright attorney is to advise clients registering a trademark, and the laws regarding the fair use or infringement of a copyright.
Contact a copyright lawyer in Idaho for legal advice on disputes involving copyrights or copyright infringement.
Lawyer Referral Service in Idaho - The Idaho State Bar operates a Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) from its offices in Boise, Idaho. The LRS helps individuals and businesses throughout the state find a qualified attorney. Attorneys in the LRS are members in good standing with the Idaho State Bar with no pending public disciplinary complaints. Attorneys in the LRS must carry Professional Liability Insurance and are screened for their experience in a particular practice area. In exchange for a $35 consultation fee, you can contact the attorney for a 30 minute consultation at no additional charge. Call 208-334-4500 to contact the LRS in Idaho.