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JHerman_Services_icon_copyrightsRegistering a Copyright is a quick and easy way to establish a degree of protection on one’s original authorship.

Benefits of registering a copyright are

  • Registering a copyright creates a public record establishing ownership of authorship to an identified copyright holder.
  • Registering a copyright grants the copyright holder the power to sue others for copyright infringement in federal court for statutory damages.  If infringement is deemed willful, damages can be awarded up to $150,000 per unauthorized use.  Without registration, only an award of actual damages and profits will be available, which can be quite difficult to prove.
  • Copyright holders receive an official certificate showing the copyright registration from the United States Copyright Office.

The Law Office of Jeffrey Herman charges a low flat-fee of $355 for filing a copyright registration with the U.S. Copyright office.   This includes all government filing fees.  To proceed with your copyright registration please click on the button below.

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