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It's important to use a trademark lawyer rather than a DIY…
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The public domain images are not only available for free use, but highly searchable.
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In a decision that misstates one of the basic tenets of copyright law, the Eleventh Circuit this year held that the artist's copyright infringement action failed because he had granted, by his course of actions, an implied nonexclusive license to the defendant to use his works.