What is Entertainment Law?

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Entertainment law is a branch of law concerned specifically with the property issues that surround pieces of entertainment like books, movies and visual arts. It is an imminent concern for those who work in the entertainment industries that their work is not plagiarized or exploited. Artists have certain intellectual property rights in Ohio, which are protected in part by copyright and trademark laws.

What is A Copyright?

A copyright is the legal right to exclusively produce a certain medium, such as art, movies and writing. Others are prevented from using or reproducing your copyrighted materials without your consent. A license is when a copyright holder gives its consent for another to use the protected material. Negotiating license agreements in Ohio is the exclusive privilege of the copyright holder. Entertainment law determines the procedure for getting a copyright and how long it lasts once issued. These concerns are important as you go about protecting your property rights or licensing your work to others.

What is a Trademark?

A trademark is a symbol or other notable visual characteristic that is associated with an individual commercial brand. In the entertainment industry, they help to establish product recognition. The U.S. patent and trademark office if responsible for issuing trademark rights, and once issued trademarks are permanent. They can go a long way to establish brand identity.

How Can a Ohio Attorney Help?

In Kettering, many attorneys have specialized in the field of entertainment law. If you feel you need a copyright or a trademark, legal experts can explain the benefits and guide you through the process of obtaining them in Ohio

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Life in Kettering

Kettering lies in both Greene and Montgomery County. It is a suburb of Ohio, nearby Dayton. The suburb is of decent size, with an approximate population of 56,170 people.

The suburb has three popular attractions. First is Fraze Pavilion, which is an outdoor entertainment venue. Next is Dayton Philharmonic, which is also an entertainment venue. Lastly, there is the Town and County Shopping Center, a great open-air mall to do some shopping and grab some food!

Famous residents include Tony P. Hall, John Paxson, Jim Paxson, Brooklyn Decker, Brady Hoke, and Kim Richey.

Kettering is also home to some attorneys. These attorneys are able to provide residents with excellent legal guidance, as well as referrals, if need be.

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