Whether you have a copyright ownership dispute or are being accused of or taking action on copyright infringement claims, the attorneys at The Kinder Law Group will aggressively defend and enforce your rights. We have a reputation for successfully resolving even the most complex cases involving copyright infringement claims.  Our experience spans, among other matters, litigation of issues involving ownership of photographs and websites to copyright infringement claims involving fabric patterns and product designs.  By defending and enforcing these valuable IP rights, The Kinder Law Group enhances its clients’ businesses and maintains their competitive edges for the future.

Representative Cases

(Client Denoted in Blue)

Relaximals, Inc. v. Brentwood Originals, LLC
Practice Area: Copyright Infringement
Outcome: Transferred case to insurance defense counsel.
Description: Sometimes the attorneys at The Kinder Law Group are doing their best work when they negotiate themselves out of a job.  Here, the client was wrongly accused of copyright infringement and was faced with having to spend money to defend the case.  The Kinder Law Group persuaded the client’s insurance company to defend the case on behalf of the client.  The Kinder Law Group transferred the case to insurance defense counsel to defend the case at no additional cost to the client. 

EKPG, Inc. v. LAT, LLC
Practice Area: Copyright Infringement
Outcome: Settled pursuant to a confidential win-win settlement agreement.
Description: Defended copyright infringement case involving fabric design. Resolved the case via confidential settlement agreement. Opposing party was so impressed with the manner in which TKLG resolved the case, they later ended up retaining TKLG.  How many firms can claim to make both their client and the opposing party happy.

Cobra Engineering, Inc. v. Harley Davidson, Inc.
Practice Area: Copyright Infringement
Outcome: Settled pursuant to a confidential settlement agreement.
Description: Prosecuted a declaratory judgment action for non-infringement of copyright in regards to claims of copyright infringement involving the fair use display of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in company catalogs promotional of client’s aftermarket motorcycle parts and accessories products.