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ImageRights Enters Legal Tech Market with Launch of ImageRights for Law Firms
Cloud-based platform delivers web search, evidence gathering and claims management functionality to law firms of any size, anywhere in the world.
CHICAGO, Illinois – June 13, 2022 – ImageRights International, Inc., the world’s leading copyright enforcement service for visual works, announced today at The Copyright Society’s Annual Meeting, the launch of ImageRights for Law Firms, a copyright management and enforcement service utilizing proprietary legal technology designed for law firms and corporate legal departments to directly protect their clients’ copyrighted photographs, illustrations, digital art, and other visual works...
ImageRights Sponsors the Copyright Society’s 2022 Annual Meeting ImageRights Enters Legal Tech Market with Launch of ImageRights for Law Firms
The Copyright Society will host members of the copyright and entertainment communities for cutting-edge copyright law panels and networking events
Boston, Massachusetts – June 2, 2022 – ImageRights International, Inc., the world’s leading copyright enforcement service for visual works, is proud to be the Gold Sponsor of the Copyright Society’s Annual Meeting, to be held June 12-14, 2022, in Chicago. Attendees will include professionals from the entertainment and media industries and the world’s leading IP firms, solo practitioners, in-house counsel, the authors of primary copyright law treatises, representatives of the U.S. Copyright Office, WIPO and USPTO, publishers, academics and law students...
ImageRights Registers 1,000,000th Client Image With the U.S. Copyright Office
The first and only fully automated U.S. Copyright Registration Service Enables Creators to Submit Registrations of Visual Works in less than 3 Minutes
Boston, Massachusetts – May 12, 2022 – ImageRights International, Inc., the world’s leading copyright enforcement service for visual works, today announced that it has registered 1,000,000 images on behalf of its photographer, visual artist, photo agency and media company clients....
ImageRights Uses AI to Fight Copyright Infringement
By Calvin Reid
Nov 15, 2019
Founded 10 years ago by Joe Naylor and Ted VanCleave, ImageRights is a copyright protection and enforcement platform that uses AI-driven scanning technology to track copyrighted material online, in addition to offering access to international legal services and an automated copyright registration process. The company recently announced an agreement with cartoon and comics publishing syndicate Andrews McMeel Universal, which will use ImageRights’ search and copyright enforcement services to protect AMU-licensed comics and cartoon materials. AMU publishes and syndicates such comic strips as Peanuts, Garfield, and Calvin and Hobbes...
Andrews McMeel Universal Partners with ImageRights to Tackle Copyright Infringements
Leading cartoon creator and licenser selects ImageRights Discovery and Recovery services to identify and pursue copyright infringement cases
BOSTON, Oct. 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- ImageRights International, Inc., the world's leading copyright enforcement service, today announces Andrews McMeel Universal (AMU) will be using its image search and copyright enforcement services to protect its licensed comics and editorial illustrations from copyright infringement.
ImageRights Unveils Groundbreaking Service for Registering Photographs with the US Copyright Office
BOSTON, Mass. – July 21, 2015 – ImageRights International, Inc., today announced the first fully automated copyright registration service designed specifically for the needs of professional photographers, revolutionizing the process for registering photographs with the United States Copyright Office (USCO). For 97% of professional photographers the time, cost and complexity of registering images with the USCO are the main reasons for failing to register and potentially losing out on hundreds of thousands of dollars in statutory damages from copyright infringement. In addition to greatly simplifying the registration process, ImageRights consults with photographers on their copyright registration workflow strategy and serves as their authorized correspondent to the USCO...