Defending against knockoff-artists and copycats? The struggle is real!
Recently, I've had conversations with several information product and online-course creators who've faced copycats and knockoff artists who steal their programs and content. It's a frustrating problem... and it's growing!
- Registering your copyrights and trademarks provides a degree of protection,
- but unless the owner of the material is prepared to pursue costly legal action, there's not much of a remedy available.
- Sometimes, even sending a cease-and-desist letter can be tricky and lead to costly litigation.
There's got to be a better way!
Fortunately, I've been able to help these folks develop some additional strategies to act as deterrents, to provide swift recourse to take-down illegitimate copies, and to allow for actions in which legal fees may (sometimes at least) be paid by the defendant.
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