Most people don't understand that, generally speaking, they hold copyright rights automatically from the moment they create their works. Registering those copyright rights with the U.S. Copyright office provides additional rights, such as the right to statutory damages and recovery of attorney fees, and is a necessary first step to filing litigation against another party. The government registration process for copyrights is fairly straight-forward and somewhat forgiving. It can often be handled on your own with the payment of a $30 government filing fee. However, Phil is here to help if that becomes necessary or is desired.
Phil has handled numerous copyright infringement matters in federal court. He understands the process and can protect and defend your rights effectively and in a cost-efficient manner.