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Many of us hope that we will never be in a situation that requires the services of a lawyer, but, no matter how hard we try, life has a way of getting complicated when we least expect it. Often, before becoming entrapped in the legal system, we have relevant questions whose answers may help us prepare for what’s ahead.
Today’s post may introduce you to a resource that can help you navigate this formidable system.
LegalAdvice.com is a free, online resource that can provide you with answers to your pressing legal questions. To get started, just post an inquiry to the site using their online form, and one of LegalAdvice.com’s registered lawyers will post a relevant response.
For example, you could post:
I have a copyright for my website and have found that an LLC used my information directly from my website and posted it as their own. They even copied my name in one place where it should have been edited as their own name. Can I sue them for infringement?
The response from the site could look something like this:
Certain materials are copyrightable while other materials are not. An idea is not copyrightable but the expression of an idea is. In order to answer your question one would need more specifics as to the nature of the infringement. The fact that they apparently have incorporated your name into the work product is definitely good evidence that you have a claim. I would advise either more facts here or that you obtain an attorney.
Questions are open-ended and can vary on topics from DWIs and theft, to child support. In addition, you can search previous questions and answers and, if need be, locate a lawyer to provide you with more assistance.
LegalAdvice.com differentiates itself from competitors by offering more transparent profiles for the lawyers answering your questions, and when it comes to obtaining advice over areas of import, greater transparency can only work in your favor.
Source Red Ferret