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Copyright Fees To Increase March 2oth!

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If you’ve been “thinking” of protecting your copyrights through registration with the Copyright Office, but putting it off, then NOW is the time. Why?

The Copyright Office has announced a MASSIVE fee increase, up to 55% for some types of registrations. This will go into effect on March 20th! But I’ve got you covered…  30% Off the iPscaling Creative Copyright Workshop!

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Get everything you need:

  • All-In-One Work Made For Hire

  •  Copyright Registration Training

  • One-On-One Momentum Call

  • Bonus: Copyright Application Tool

I have a special offer until March 19th for the first 100 applicants. Just use the coupon code "FINALLY30off" to purchase instant access to my iPscaling Creative Copyright Workshop, and you'll get 30% off on all of this:

  • Step-by-step instructions on setting up your account with the copyright office.
  • Step-by-step instructions for registering your first copyright.
  • Training to understand copyright ownership. (Avoid the mistake many business owners make.)
  • Download & customize your all-in-one work made for hire agreement.
  • Training on how to use your all-in-one work made for hire agreement.
  • An introduction to copyright law and the benefits of registration.
  • Learn additional considerations for more complex registrations.
  • BONUS: Get free access to our copyright organizational tool.  (Available Soon.)
  • BONUS: Receive free training on our copyright organizational tool. (Available Soon.)


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Chris Paradies

Florida Bar certified intellectual property and U.S. patent attorney, founder of Paradies® law, chair of the board of directors for the Tampa Bay Innovation Center and certified coStarters facilitator. West Point graduate, entrepreneur, disruptor. Father, husband, faithful steward.

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