Don’t get fooled by a complex terminology or slang. We aren’t your legal advisor and we do not intend to advice you legally. We recommend you to contact an attorney in case you need a legal consultation.
Rather, it’s general information which is designed to give you a general understanding. We bring you some helpful information to get started.
Here are some common guidelines and questions that you should keep in mind:
- What is a trademark?
- Can I use somebody else’s trademark in my design?
- What is a copyright?
- How can I copyright my design?
- PrintShop: How to make sure that the artworks I sell on Designhill PrintShop don’t violate somebody else’s copyright?
- What are publicity rights?
- How can I use somebody else’s image, name, or likeness in my design?
- Why my design was removed?
- What is meant by fair use?
- What is fair use of copyright?
- What is fair use of the trademark?
- Someone is copying my work or violating the rights of others, what can I do?
- What to do if my designs are being used somewhere else on the Web without my consent?
- I received a warning from Designhill, what does it stand for?
- Why was my Designhill PrintShop account restricted? How can I get it unrestricted?
- Why was my account removed? How do I get it restored?
While we cannot defend you in a court, we understand it that art as well as IP ownership is a dark subject. We recommend you to keep every norm in mind to avoid intellectual property guideline violations.