A work made for hire, as the example in this article highlights, can raise thorny intellectual property ownership questions long after such work was created, especially if attorneys never got involved to hash out the answers to these ownership questions in a timely fashion. A trademark infringement lawsuit filed over a Velvet Underground album cover, reviewed in this article, illustrates the morass that can result when these legal issues are not handled up front.
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The Velvet Underground Sues Andy Warhol Foundation for Trademark Infringement