Creative Law Center

Be the Guardian of Your Creations

Protect your creative work so you can profit from it.

Writers, artists, photographers, and other creative professionals can protect creative assets, deter poachers, and enforce rights.

Be the Guardian of Your Creations

Protect your creative work so you can profit from it.

Writers, artists, photographers, and other creative professionals can protect creative assets, deter poachers, and enforce rights.

Writers, artists, photographers, and other creative professionals can protect creative assets, deter poachers, and enforce rights.

Be the Guardian of Your Creations

Protect your creative work so you can profit from it.

Writers, artists, photographers, and other creative professionals can protect creative assets, deter poachers, and enforce rights.


The Latest from the Blog

The Latest from the Blog

Copyright Protection for Blogs
Copyright protection for blogs can be efficient, effective, and affordable with a few simple tweaks to your website. That, plus an understanding of how the Copyright Office handles online work, will give you the protection you need.
How to Protect Your Unpublished Writing
Can you confidently send a manuscript to editors and beta readers without the worry that your ideas will be stolen or your work infringed? There are ways to protect unpublished writing. And it's easier than you think.
Is it Fair Use? Using the Creative Work of Others
Do you need permission to incorporate someone else's work into your own? Or have you transformed their work in a way that makes it fair use?
When to Protect Creative Work
Deciding whether and when to invest time and resources to protect creative work can be a challenge. If you find yourself in any one of these three situations, you need to take action.
Understanding Your Copyrights
A copyright can be your golden ticket. There are unlimited ways to license your rights to create multiple revenue streams if you know what your rights are.
How to Copyright a Series of Books
Can you register your book series with the Copyright Office on one application and pay only one fee? If you are a certain type of writer, you can.
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