How to stop copycats who rip off your content, or copy your name
Has a copycat ripped off your best content? Did a competitor name their business too close to yours?
It feels like you’ve been punched in the gut when you see your stuff on someone else’s site, or find someone who’s piggybacking on your success by copying your name.
Find out how you can take back control, and stop a copycat in his tracks.
Get swipe copy you can use on your own, without a lawyer, to tell a copycat to cease and desist.
Learn how to protect yourself legally to prevent copycats from damaging your business and brand. Listen and subscribe in iTunes now!
(Be sure to listen to Episode 5 first for an overview of the different kinds of IP; Episode 11 builds on Episode 5).
- What steps can you take to avoid someone copying you in the first place?
- What evidence should you keep in your files if you find you’ve been copied?
- How can you get someone to stop copying you without a lawyer?
- What is a DMCA takedown notice and how can this help you stop copycats?
- When is it time to hire a lawyer?
- What is the process for filing a copyright or trademark infringement lawsuit and what does it cost?
KEY TAKEAWAY: Protecting your rights from copycats may be easier than you think, many people don’t know how the laws work and often a gentle heads up and request that they stop will work wonders.
This podcast is information, not legal advice specific to your situation.
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