Copyright and Instruments of Service
It is important to remember the complexities and added legal requirements for architectural and engineering law. Some of these additional requirements are copyright and instruments of service.
- Copyright protects original intellectual works.
- Instruments of service are any original creative work, such as a drawing, created by a design professional for a project’s owner. The threshold for originality is not high.
Designers’ and owners’ interests during a project often conflict. The owner may want to re-use a drawing for later projects. Design professionals may want to utilize disclaimers for misappropriation and use of drawings. Our attorneys can use their knowledge of copyright law and instruments of service provisions to protect your interests during contract negotiation or litigation with the owner.
Our main priority is to ensure that you are protected. Our attorneys work for you as trusted advisors who incorporate real world practicality with the highest level of professional, ethical, and effective representation. Our focus is to work collaboratively to obtain the best possible outcome and resolution for you.
When you place your trust in Policastri Law Firm, LLC to be your legal advisor, you can expect collaborative goal review, open communication, and personalized legal strategies. If you are in need of legal assistance, do not try to navigate these complex waters alone. We are committed to providing you with a positive experience all while seamlessly handling the meticulous details.