The Internet opens up things never previously imagined, and that includes widespread online copyright infringement. Someone can take a video, clip, movie, television show, or even an original song and monetize it on YouTube in just a few simple clicks. What can you do if you find something you made uploaded to a streaming site? […]
About Matt Chambers
Matt leads the Intellectual Property practice at Spengler & Agans. He assists companies and content creators with the protection and development of their copyrights, trademarks, and new media and internet issues. He developed two legally-focused startups, including a digital media company that managed the domestic and international distribution, marketing, licensing, clearances, negotiations, and piracy monitoring of hundreds of films and television shows.