An attorney, or gifted paralegal or law student needed to assist in research & writing for a project of preparing multiple 30-day demand letters, complaint to be filed in federal court and research as to the validity of a claim for copyright infringement whereby the client's work was not formally copyrighted with US Copyright Office until after the alleged infringer had done so. However, factual elements depict that the work would likely still be protected. Cases of competing registrations are often determined on the basis of specific facts although suffice it to say a prior registration by an alleged infringer does not preclude an infringement action by a plaintiff brought on the basis of the subsequent registration. Vasquez v. Torres-Negron, No. 006 Civ. 619 (CM), 2007 BL 251633 (S.D.N.Y. July 11, 2017). Such an action can also include an application for the court to cancel the infringing registration.
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Must have experience preparing federal Complaints and/or demand letters in complex copyright infringement cases.
Immediate start. This position will be remote (work from home) and successful candidate will submit timesheets to invoice monthly, payable NET30 once approved.