5 Common Misconceptions about Copyright in the U.S.

Did you know that it is not necessary to register a work in the United States to have it protected by U.S. copyright law?

What else might you not know about U.S. copyright law? Read Lesley Ellen Harris’s post on common copyright misconceptions on her blog Copyrightlaws.com.

Lesley is an attorney and the instructor for SLA’s Certificate in Copyright Management program. Our next online course is U.S. Copyright Essentials (CCM200), which begins on Monday, September 29.

Dates:  Monday, September 29 – Monday, October 20
Format:  Three live online sessions, discussion list participation, and independent reading
Cost:  $395/members | $495/non-members

If you have an interest in international copyright, an ideal companion to CCM200 is Global Copyright Essentials (CCM300), which will be offered on demand starting October 1. This course is self-paced, with all coursework completed by October 31. Learn on the schedule that works best for you!

Questions about these or other Certificate in Copyright Management courses can be directed to Click University staff.

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