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Monday, August 6, 2007

Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act Claims

Federal Copyright law protects architects that have had their work and designs stolen by builders and businesses. Through the Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act (AWCPA), an architect whose work was stolen by a builder can seek damages for infringing structures. In some copyright claims under the AWCPA, architects have claimed that their designs have been stolen and hundreds of homes or other structures have been built using their designs. In pursuing the a copyright infringement claim, the business that stole the design can be made to pay for each infringement.

For more information about an Architecture Copyright Infringement claim feel free to go to copyright lawyer, Jason Coomer, Law Office's Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act Claim Page.

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