It’s mine! Mine, mine, mine ALL mine! We’re talking about the thing most sacred to all CEO’s – Intellectual Property. Today, the Bosses take a look at I.P., what it is and how you can protect your interests. Plus we dish the dirt on The VoiceMarketplace dot net who recently stole the Intellectual Property of HUNDREDS of voiceover actors without their consent! The Bosses fight back in this can’t miss, “oh no you didn’t!” episode. Get a ring-side seat as the voiceover industry takes on Voicemarketpace Dot Net.
- Don’t mess with Voice Actors – we band together and look out for each other! We’ve got each other’s backs.
- Transparency about policy and procedures is a must from any company you do business with.
- If you can’t find out who owns and operates an entity it’s a sign of something shady going on.
- You can protect yourself from theft by Trade Marking your material.
- Rob Sciglimpaglia is a practicing attorney and voice actor – you can consult or hire him if you need legal assistance with your business.
- Everything on the internet is owned by the person who created it.
- You can resolve many brand cross-overs or an accidental theft with a polite phone call or email – open the lines of communication to resolve potential problems.
- A Cease and Desist letter is a powerful and necessary business tool.
- Erroneous information can sit on the web for a very long time and damage your reputation.
- Google yourself on a regular basis to see what info about you is out there.
For legal help for VO Issues contact Robert Sciglimpaglia