Copyrights & Licenses

Lisa Imondi makes every effort to abide by all applicable laws and regulations governing Copyrights, Service Marks and Trade Marks.

Per guidelines generally stipulated by best-practices, we display a:

© for copyright

for trademark

® for registered trademark

In like manner, Lisa Imondi has invested considerably in her Brand and not only the website design but also for other design elements such as CD Cover Artwork.

Brand:  The Lisa Imondi logotype is our corporate name and brand.  Its related design display is annotated as being copyrighted.  A © followed by either a single year date or date range, as in 2011 or 2009-2021,  may display on our Website (footer region) or on our print materials (Web PDFs, print, etc.).  The absence of this attribution by intentional or accidental omission in our use does not imply the lack of copyright.  Anyone else who mentions our brand on Web or print without our written permission should attribute our copyright appropriately by footnote as follows:

© YEAR Lisa Imondi, Singer – Songwriter – Storyteller.
Advocate for freedom of expression. All Rights Reserved.

All songs performed by Lisa Imondi are the intellectual property of the copyright owner. Covers are licensed to the original composer and lyricist with only a modification as ‘arranged by’ when Lisa Imondi or her agents/partners have created or secured an arrangement.

All songs that are written by Lisa Imondi remain her intellectual property and copyright – both for music and lyrics unless otherwise noted. Copyrights are secured for all creative works before a public performance, and should another artist wish to perform a Lisa Imondi song, Lisa Imondi is due Royalties in accordance with the law.

Lisa Imondi is an ASCAP¹ member and is governed and protected by their ethics and policies – specifically their Bill of Rights.

¹ The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) is an American not-for-profit performance-rights organization that protects its members’ musical copyrights by monitoring public performances of their music, whether via a broadcast or live performance and compensating them accordingly.

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