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Protecting Creators And Their Work

Copyright law protects original expressive works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, films, songs, and computer software.  Once you have produced such a work, copyright protects the integrity and value of your work by allowing you to direct the manner in which it is used. Copyright is recognized by many countries through the Universal Copyright Convention, so your protection extends internationally. Once you fix an expressive work in a tangible form, it automatically gains federal copyright protection. However, formally registering your copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office provides substantial advantages, including facilitating copyright infringement cases. Roka IP Solutions protects creators’ rights through copyright registration and defending authors’ and creators’ copyrights against infringement.

Roka IP Solutions handles copyright issues for creations in all types of media, including:

  • Books, stories and poems
  • Musical compositions
  • Dramatic works
  • Screenplays
  • Periodicals
  • Maps
  • Art reproductions
  • Sculptures
  • Technical drawings
  • Photographs
  • Prints
  • Movies
  • Computer programs
  • Architectural renderings
  • Compilations

Copyright Legal Services

  • Copyright registration and portfolio management
  • Copyright assignment
  • Copyright transfer/licensing
  • Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) Compliance
  • Enforcement, including DMCA takedowns
  • Litigation (Infringement, breach of contract, etc.)


If another person or company attempts to infringe upon your copyright, Roka IP Solutions will first demand that the infringer cease and desist unauthorized actions.  If that is not successful, the Firm can help you identify and aggressively pursue all appropriate legal remedies.

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