Protect Your Work
Learn how to register your work with the U.S. Electronic Copyright Office
Whether you create art for fun, for profit, or both. Rights to your own original designs remain protected, and you will be prepared if anyone alleges that you've violated their intellectual property rights.
You don't need an attorney or paid online services
U.S. copyright registration requires one form, one fee, and zero attorneys. With Copyright for Artists you'll receive clear, easy to follow, step-by-step instructions for acquiring copyright protection with the U.S. Copyright Office yourself.
Confused about copyright, trademarks, and patents?
All aspects of intellectual property law explained in clear, easy to follow terms. Trademark law, patent law, trade secret law, and contract law—Copyright for Artists contains information about these other forms of intellectual property protection.
Thinking about licensing your work?
Registering your creation is important before entering into a copyright licensing agreement. You will learn the basics of copyright law to help you determine what is best for your business before you make any important decisions.
Highlights and Testimonials
Plain English, not legalese
"Sarah spells everything out in a very clear manner. I feel so much better about following through with applying for a copyright."
~ Dotty R.
Answers to frequently asked questions
"This e-book is, by far, the clearest and most concise information regarding copryright law specific to artists."
~ Cammie C.
Helpful illustrations and friendly charts
"Your book broke down an intimidating topic and process into easy to work with parts. I never thought IP would be so interesting."
~ Kevin C.
Sarah Feingold, Esq.
Attorney and Jeweler
Born an artist, Sarah decided the best way to protect creative folk like herself was to become an attorney
After graduating law school, Sarah cannonballed into Etsy as the company's 17th employee and first lawyer. For nearly a decade, while playing an integral role in scaling Etsy from a startup to a publicly traded company, she helped thousands of artists and makers understand copyright law and protect their creations. Today, Sarah is Vroom's General Counsel, changing the way people buy and sell cars. She continues to create original jewelry.
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