When a Picture's Worth a Thousand...Dollars by Rachel Blue


Right click, cut, paste. Now you’ve got an image to liven up your website, PowerPoint® or Facebook® page. It may have been a very expensive click.

Whether you create your new website or PDF portable promotional materials in-house or pay someone to do it for you, you need to be sure you have rights to the materials you incorporate into them.

Article authored by McAfee & Taft attorney: Rachel Blue.

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