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Protecting the Company and Website: Trademark and Copyright Issues

 

Protect your Ship and your Booty.

Who owns your domain? If not YOU, who does? Do you have a private listing? This typd of listing protects your privacy by not displaying your contact information but you’ll have to contact your registrar to find out what contact information is behind the registration. There is also the situation of designer/developer hijacking where your developer will sometimes put their information instead of yours. This could be for several reasons including privacy, ease of access, or the ability to control domain name. Then there is the most common domain situation - host hijacking. This is when whoever is hosting your website will often put their information instead of yours. You may or may not have the ability to change this information by logging into your account. This video reviews these types of domain ownership situations and discusses how to protect your trademarks and copyrights.

Runtime: 7 minutes
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Mark H. Zietlow

Mark H. Zietlow

Innovative Law Group

  • Attorney in the office of Innovative Law Group
  • Frequent lecturer on business law
  • Represents innovative companies on the cutting edge of technology, retail stores, distributors, service firms, manufacturing companies, and suppliers
  • Admitted to practice in Michigan, Ohio, and the U.S. Tax Court
  • J.D. degree, The Ohio State University College of Law; M.S. degree, the Grand Valley State University Seidman School of Business; M.A. degree, The Ohio State University Graduate School of Public Policy and Management; B.A. degree, Capital University in Columbus, Ohio
  • Can be contacted at 616-392-4100 or [email protected]
Kendall L. Van Ameyde

Kendall L. Van Ameyde

Innovative Law Group

  • Attorney in the office of Innovative Law Group
  • Experience includes work as an appellate attorney in the Research Division of the Michigan Court of Appeals preparing comprehensive research reports and proposed opinions on a variety of matters filed for appeal
  • Background also includes work for the Michigan Department of Attorney General in the Corporate Oversight Division where she worked on several cases involving fraud
  • Authored an article titled Defining the Limits of the Private-Search Doctrine in an Expanding Digital Landscape, 10 Albany Government Law Review 452 (2017), and was Executive Editor of the Michigan State Law Review
  • J.D. degree, magna cum laude, Michigan State University College of Law; B.S. degree, summa cum laude, Grand Valley State University
  • Can be contacted at 616-392-4100 or [email protected]
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