Your original works of authorship enjoy copyright status
the moment they are created.
However, your copyrights will need to be registered
for full access to federal protection and benefits
and we can help.
Copyright Registration and Renewal
Daniel Ross & Associates takes care to submit an application for copyright registration along with a copy of your work.
We handle all submissions and correspondence, ensure certificate of registration delivery, and notify you when it is time to renew and extend your protection.
Registration benefits your copyright through federal policing and access to the federal district court system.
Once you have your copyright registered, we work with you to protect it.
Protect your registered copyright against infringers by issuing cease and desist letters, filing a lawsuit, negotiating a settlement, and litigating to preserve your exclusive rights.
Daniel Ross & Associates will be with you every step of the way.
Let us assist you in registering or protecting your copyrights today.
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