New to Typophile? Accounts are free, and easy to set up.
The following occurred in another thread; I though it best to start a new one . . .
I'm a law student studying IP, so maybe someone could explain a few of the points in this thread to facilitate a greater typographer-attorney understanding
the PDF embedding issue seems straightforward for TrueType fonts, which can be assigned one of four levels of embedding restrictions: 1) Restricted, 2) Print & Preview (meaning read-only), 3) Editable, and 4) Installable. Other type formats may contain similar embedding schemes.
I imagine an attorney feels it his/her duty to represent the client. But in too many matters, they get their understanding of the client