Here are the published filing fees of the U.S. Copyright Office as of 2006. These are subject to change, and also note that private companies or Web sites might do the registration for you for an additional fee. To enforce a copyright in a different country, you may be required to register there as well. * For a single work (Form TX, PA, VA, SR, or SE): $45 per application * For a group of serials or newsletters (Form SE/ GROUP): $25 per issue ($50 minimum) * For first appeal of denial of registration: $250 * Registration of a group of published photographs: $45 * Recordation of a document (including assignment of ownership or exclusive licenses): $95 (plus an additional $25 for each additional 10 titles) Here are the published filing fees of the U.S. Copyright Office as of 2004. These are subject to change, and also note that private companies or Web sites might do the registration for you for an additional fee. * For a single work (Form TX, PA, VA, SR, or SE): $30 per application * For a group of serials or newsletters (Form SE/ GROUP): $15 per issue ($45 minimum) * For a group of updates to a database, covering up to a 3-month period (Form TX): $30 per application
Your country's copyright office.
The current fee is 200P. Bear in mind, however, that registration is not required for protection.
The UK does not have a copyright registry; works of sufficient creativity are automatically protected as soon as they are fixed in a tangible medium.
Business names cannot be protected by copyright, but you can register it as a trademark for $375 on paper, $275 electronically.
All original works are automatically copyrighted in the U.S. You do not need to pay anyone.
Short phrases such as band names cannot be protected by copyright. To register it as a trademark, however, will start at $325 in the US.
Copyright protection is automatic; registration is not required.
It depends on the lawyer. Most copyright lawyers will charge around $300 to register a copyright, but the fee can also go up depending on what exactly you need the lawyer to do.
Copyright registration (online, fax, or snail mail) information & fee charts are available at the US Copyright Office homepage.
In the United States you register with the federal Copyright Office (http://www.copyright.gov) in Washington D.C. If you are in another country you will have to check the copyright laws in your area.
It depends what country you are in.