Jun 15, 2021
Intellectual property is not only important for the entertainment industry, but for any person who creates content in any field. An intellectual property attorney works specifically in the area of protecting that content, whether copyrights, trademarks, patents or trade secrets.
In interviewing Russ Riddle, (https://RussRiddle.com) an Intellectual property attorney, we briefly discuss each of those content areas and I’ve provided links in the article for your further exploration and study. Russ describes himself as an Anomaly at Law with his varied background as a recording studio owner with a journalism college degree.
Just as important as preventative care for your car or your health, putting protections in place for your intellectual property will pay off. It costs much less to protect property at the outset than end up in a legal battle later trying to prove details of origin. In this show we’ll cover four principles that will help you safeguard your intellectual property, whether or not you are in the entertainment industry: agreements, registration, maximizing content and respect for others.
Full article here: https://goalsforyourlife.com/blog/entertainment-industry