Trademark Attorney, Lawyer: Trademark Registration & Trademark Infringement: Copyright Law "Fair Use" | How to Know Whether Content Aggregators’ Use of Third Party Content is Fair Use Under Copyright Law

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Monday, 09 February 2009


Copyright law is very complex and fact intensive. Even copyright law attorneys disagree on how the established copyright laws should be applied to particular fact patterns.

Fair use law under the copyright act is one example of an area of intellectual property law which spurs nearly endless legal debate. If you are alleging copyright infringement and face a fair use law defense, you need an experienced copyright attorney to provide you advice on the merits. If you are being accused of copyright infringement, you need a copyright law attorney to analyze fair use law and determine whether or not you have a valid legal defense.

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