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“Karen is a skilled intellectual property lawyer and manager, and I am confident she will provide excellent leadership for the Copyright Office in the interim.” The attorneys at Greenberg & Lieberman are particularly skilled in obtaining copyrights for computer programs, including computer software, web page designs, and screen displays, as well as submitting revisions to previously published materials. In addition, attorneys in many cities throughout the country operate volunteer legal aid groups such as Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, or California Lawyers for the Arts that help artists and writers resolve their legal problems. Improved information technology for the office will be a top priority. Department of Justice’s Civil Division through its donors Program and also served as a law clerk at the U.S. L. If you can’t get fixed billings, ask your attorney to estimate fees for work and ask for an explanation if the bill exceeds the estimates. He’s written three other posts for this biog: As a thank-you to him, I recommend checking out his novel with Diversion Books, The Cure.   If you are involved in a lawsuit, it may take months or years to resolve. Said another way, a publisher will not look askance at you or reject your work simply because you have already registered your copyright. Pub. The rights that belong to an original creator of a work are found in the United States Copyright Act 17 U.S.C. 106. I know that, typically, what is done on one’s on time without church resources is not owned by the church.

2016-12-09T01:00:00Z gboyd@wave3.com Attorney General Andy Beshear (Source: WAVE 3 News) FRANKFORT, KY (WAVE)- Republican GovernorMatt Bevin's feud with Democratic Attorney General AndyBeshearhas never been hotter, exactly one year to the day he took office. Whistleblower lawsuits in Franklin Circuit Court could force not only a cease-fire, but perhaps even a partnership, according to a lawyerwho represents three women seeking damages from the Public Protection Cabinet and the AG's office. "You could argue thatthe same person that is alleged to have committed these acts in the AG's Office is also the same person that the Public Protection cabinet has to justify," attorney Shane Sidebottom told WAVE 3 News by telephone Thursday. That personis Latasha Buckner, head of the AG's Division of Civil and Environmental Law. Buckner had been the Public ProtectionCabinet'sDeputy Executive Director of Legal Services serving Bevin's predecessor, former Gov. SteveBeshear, AndyBeshear'sfather. Sidebottom names Buckner as the 'retaliator' in the wrongful termination and sexual discrimination suit he filed on behalf ofLainieKaiser. Kaiser is an attorney whom AndyBeshear'spredecessor Jack Conway brought into theAG's office for expertise in a multi-million dollar judgement he sought and won against the makers of the painkiller OxyContin. "(Buckner) gave her a letter telling herherservices were no longer needed (August 18)," Sidebottom said. "It may say you resigned. But nobody voluntarily just quits a job." Buckner was Kaiser's immediate boss, Sidebottom explained. PREVIOUS STORIES - Kaiser's suit maintains thatBuckner fired her for questioning standards for pay raises and promotions. Kaiser had asked Buckner for a raise and such opportunities twice, her suit alleges, only to have Buckner tell her that the AG's office couldn't afford to give anybody a raise.Kaiser determined that several male employees had received raises and enhanced job assignments, her suit continues. Though Kaiser is suingBeshearin his official capacity as Attorney General, she "would like to believe that the AG was not aware of these activities," Sidebottom said. "He was texting her the week after she was terminated and did not know that she had been terminated." Sidebottom does not identify Buckner by name in whistleblowersuits he filed on behalf of Kimberley Whitley and JacquelineHeymanlate last year. Both women claim the Public Protection Cabinet fired them after they alleged that two coworkers were using taxpayer-dollar-bought state equipment to run anonline sidebusinesswhichsold sex toys. The women also allege that falsifying timesheets was 'widespread' in the Cabinet. "(Buckner) will be testifying in both cases," Sidebottom said. Wednesday, BevincalledBesheara "cicada", making lots of noise to divert attention from troubles in his own office. Hours earlier,Beshearhad laid blame for the University of Louisville's accreditation difficulties solely on Bevin, whoreorganizedU of L'sBoard of Trustees by replacing everymember. "This is a hole the Governor has dug and he canstop,"Besheartold a news conference. "Hecan allow the University to climb out. " "(Beshear's)had other people who have left under duress," Bevin told host TerryMeinersduring a talk segment on WAVE 3 News' radio content partner WHAS."Other women. He's got a very-clearly sexually-harassment-oriented staff over there. Governor's spokeswoman Amanda Stamper would not name the women to whom Bevin referred. Bevin has mentioned Kaiser's case, and the plight of attorneyAmyeBensenhaverin prior verbal jousts withBeshear.Bensenhaverretired from the Attorney General's office after receiving a reprimand for taking questions from a reporter regarding Kentucky's Open Records Law, her area of expertise. "Public Protection's staff attorneys will be defending the (whistleblower) suits," Stamper told WAVE 3 News. As Governor, Bevin oversees Executive Branch Cabinets and is "obligated" to defend their official actions." The Governor is being as untruthful about the AG's office as he is aboutUofL,"Beshearspokesman Terry Sebastian wrote in a statement emailed to WAVE 3 News Thursday "The AG's office is the most diverse in history, where nine of 11 divisions are led by women." Writingon Buckner's behalf, Sebastian dismissed Kaiser's legal claims as "untrue, and they will be disproven in court." "(Kaiser) was the second-highest paid non-merit lawyer in that Division," the statement continued. "The office embraces diversity and does not tolerate sexism in any form." "Miss Buckner has a pattern of what I believe is retaliatory conduct," Sidebottom told WAVE 3 News."If the Governor and the AG want to get together to discuss how to defend her, that is up to them" Copyright 2016 WAVE 3 News .

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You will upload or mail in a copy of the sound recording, and that will become the Deposit Copy to support that application. Copyright Office, you would be able to file a lawsuit for copyright infringement against the person who used it in their book. Some firms charge clients per page for incoming and outgoing faxes. Often these procedures can save money and are much faster than litigation.