What is Entertainment Law?

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Entertainment law includes legal services, such as contracts and copyrights, that are aimed at protecting 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. Copyright and trademark laws in Texas are intended to protect the intellectual property rights of those who work in the entertainment field.

What is A Copyright?

With a copyright, a party has the right to exclusively produce a certain form of entertainment. Others who want to use it must first get the consent of the copyright holder. The consent of the copyright holder for others to use the protected material is called a license. In Texas, the copyright holder has the exclusive privilege of negotiating any licenses it issues. Entertainment law governs whether you can get a copyright, how to apply for one, and how long it lasts once issued. A copyright will allow you to profit from licensing your material to others, or it may simply protect your rights in the piece of entertainment for the future.

What is a Trademark?

A trademark is a symbol or other notable visual characteristic that is associated with a specific commercial brand. In the entertainment industry, they help to establish product recognition. Although they do not expire, trademarks must be obtained through registering with the U.S. patent and trademark office. With your trademark, buyers will start to recognize your product more easily.

How Can a Texas Attorney Help?

Entertainment law is sometimes an area of specialization for attorneys in Flower Mound, so you may want to speak with them to find out whether you need a trademark or copyright. Also once you do apply, attorneys serve as good guides through the process of obtaining intellectual property right in Texas.

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Life in Flower Mound

Flower Mound is located in Denton and Tarrant Counties, Texas. It is a suburb that is part of both Forth Worth and Dallas--a unique quality. Per the 2010 census, the population is 64,669 people.

How did Flower Mound get its name? Well, it is named after a 12.5 acre mound filled with wild flowers and slopes. This property is owned by the Mound Foundation. This is a fact that many visitors find very interesting.

Famous people that have, at one time or another, called Flower Mound home include "Mean Joe" Greene, Glen Titensor, Donald Driver, Tony Casillas, Chris Brown, and David Murphy.

Flower Mound is also home to many attorneys who have established themselves while working in local law offices and small firms. These attorneys practice in various legal areas, are well-experienced, and focus on providing excellent legal services.

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