Intellectual Property

Technically, in the U.S. a work is considered to have a copyright as soon as it is created.  HOWEVER, unless you’ve blown your $40 with the the Copyright Bureau, your chances of winning an infringement suit is somewhere between zero and none.

Intellectual Property
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday reversed the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and held in Reed Elsevier v. Muchnick that the copyright registration requirements for certain works under Section 411(a) of the Copyright Act of 1976 are not jurisdictional, but rather are preconditions for instituting an infringement action.

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