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ChurchLawAndTax.com

Simple Tips for Understanding Copyright Law

Music ministries and church websites are just a few of the areas where you are at risk for violations.
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Pay the Piper Member access only

Obeying copyright law might seem burdensome and expensive, but ignoring it has an even higher cost.
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Accounting for Sales of Pastor's Preaching Resources Member access only

What is the proper way to allocate income of sales?
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Potential Damages for Copyright Infringement Member access only

What penalties can a church face for violating copyright law?
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Right Those Copyright Wrongs Member access only

How to know if you're stealing what belongs by law to others.
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Can We Photocopy Song Booklets for Our Church?

The legal consequences of violating copyright law.
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Denominational Websites - Part 1 Member access only

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Church Finance Today

Untangling the Web (Part 1) Member access only

Key tax and legal issues for churches with an online presence.
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Copyright Member access only

A federal court in New York ruled that a magazine publisher did not violate the rights of freelance authors and photographers.
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Copyright - Part 1 Member access only

A federal court in Florida ruled that a computer software program written by an employee was a "work made for hire" that was owned by the employer and not the employee.
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Copyright - Part 2 Member access only

A federal appeals court ruled that a religious chorus did not infringe upon the copyright of an allegedly similar song composed by another songwriter a few years earlier.
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Copyright - Part 3 Member access only

A federal court in Texas ruled that a company committed copyright infringement by making and selling a videotape of a concert in which copyrighted music was performed.
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