Protect your work from digital thieves

Protecting your intellectual property online can be a legal minefield, so it's important for anyone operating or posting their work on the web to be aware of where they are most vulnerable. As a partner solicitor at Blacks Solicitors LLP in Leeds, specialising in media, music and entertainment law, I regularly work with clients in the web development, graphic and web design sectors.

In this article, I will advise you on some of the legal procedures to put in place to ensure that your work, brand and identity are protected should you be the victim of copyright infringement, or find yourself caught up in a dispute of ownership surrounding web-based assets.

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