Find your local authorities and establish a professional relationship with them in writing.
Start by filling out a fee waiver:
and by submitting a first draft civil action:
. . .introducing the Court to your experiences with the copyright procedure and laws.
Review the “Discussion” on pages 12 – 14 @ https://bit.ly/johnny-arco-american-idol a few times and begin compiling your own Table of Authorities, and data-basing your intellectual property resources.
Register your works @ https://www.copyright.gov/registration/ and check-in with the Library or Congress and your local district court to update your volumes of original works and any civil action you wish to maintain. 🙏
For rules relates to the Copyright Registration process check out the Administrative Procedure Act.
(PDF available thanks to justice.gov.)
Notable Case Work/Links
- Chief Maestro v. Wylie Violin Maker 18-cv-7965 (CM)(LLS)(RA)
- People v. Brit. Broad. Corpo. 17-cv-9572 (LAP)(JGK)(GWG)
–for Ruby J. Krajick
“When the music gets played. . . Somebody gets paid!”Kellogg, Esq.
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