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A close-up of labeled tabs on file folders that read “intellectual property,” “law,” infringement,” “patent,” “copyright,” and “trademark.” Considering these intellectual property risks, companies of all types would be wise to seek counsel that can give proper advice on intellectual property laws and how to manage the intellectual property exposure. (Credit: Olivier Le Moal/Adobe Stock)

With the explosion of the internet and social media, nearly every company could be considered a publisher in some capacity. Because of this, it’s no longer just those who work in traditional publishing or entertainment that need to worry about copyright violations and intellectual property risk. Examples of businesses engaging in publishing include:

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