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Who needs a Title Search or Script Clearance?
Anyone wishing to produce movies for television or theatre, television series, internet series and/or plays needs to have the title and script searched for Errors and Omission Insurance purposes.
Why do you need E&O insurance? It protects the Filmmaker against unauthorized use of names, titles, performances and program materials. It also covers defamation, including but not limited to slander and/or libel. It also protects against breach of copyrights.
Specialized Reporting when accuracy and speed are a necessity.
Over twelve years of experience in the Entertainment Industry.
We offer Quality Work, Reliability and Dependability at Reasonable Rates,
and Electronic Formatting (no waiting on U.S.P.S. or special deliveries).
To reduce the possibility of legal claims, Script Clearance Reports provide you, the producer, with essential information to comply with your Errors and Omissions insurance carrier.
By checking names and notating possible conflicts with actual, fictional or otherwise protected names and/or entities, the Report identifies potential legal exposure within the entertainment script to you.
Product name and recognition, organizations, businesses, schools and locations that could identify a particular home address, street name, etc., undergo a meticulous Name Check process.
Title Reports necessitate complex and thorough searches of your preferred title to comparable titles.
Even though searches cannot be copyrighted, titles which the public can identify to famous entertainment productions (such as Mary Poppins) can cause confusion. This in turn might allow for possible litigation because it has been trademarked due to being linked to past successes such as books or films.
Lastly, the Report verifies whether or not another production company is producing a film or television program utilizing the same or similar title. It also reduces liability by determining if the requested title can be used.
Following are some of the sources researched to provide this information:
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- Canadian Copyright Office
Common legal resources providing data on:
Script Clearance and Title Reports