Archive for the ‘Internet Law’ Category


Yes, I’m Still Helping Creative Business Clients

It’s been a busy couple of years.  I’m still working with ACT, Inc. (You probably know ACT as the college testing company). I’m in the National Programs group and help create and manage large-scale collaborations.  Every week I am asked if I’m still taking on legal work. Most of the time, I have to say […]

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Trademark Infringement & Brand Launch

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Joint Works (copyright)

No, we’re not talking about creativity that originates from prison. Nor are we talking about helping a bud roll one. — We’re talking about when at least two people work together on a creative project. — Unfortunately, “inadvertent” joint authorship happens all the time. Here’s the analysis: 1.  A work is “jointly authored” automatically upon […]

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Introducing The Space Between Center for Creative Spirit in Business

Last week I announced that I had resigned my working relationship with Alexis Martin Neely and the Creative Business Lawyer (CBL) program. Immediately, business attorneys from all over the country asked me if I was going to start my own program, because if I did, they wanted to know about it. I was very proud […]

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No Lame Names (FREE) talk in Fort Collins

Refresh NoCo Power Lunches begin in March Thursday, March 11th, 12 Noon to 1pm Art Lab Fort Collins, 239 Linden St. (next to Cozzola’s Pizza) Grab Your Brown Bag Lunch and join your marketing, design, and web friends for an informative yet entertaining lunch learning session: Kevin Houchin, Creative Business Lawyer, presents the first in […]

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