Own-it - Intellectual Property Advice for the Creative Sector
Last updated on 27th March 2015
What best describes your problem?
- I want to know how to copyright my work
- I've invented something. I want to know how to protect it
- I want to know how to protect my company or brand name
- I want to know how to protect my work online
- I want to make sure I'm credited if someone else uses my work
- I want to protect my ideas when meeting prospective clients
- Who owns the IP – the freelancer or the client?
- Who owns the IP – the employer or employee?
- What does the ® symbol mean?
- I will exhibit my designs at a trade show. Can I stop people from photographing my work?
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The trouble with disregarding formalities, like legal agreements, is that even minor disagreements have the propensity to escalate into disputes. An imperfect recollection of the terms of a contract is... read more
Published: 13.03.15 at 12:19
Copyright provides the owner with the exclusive legal right to publish, print or perform musical or literary works and films. If this material is copied, used or distributed without permission of the company... read more
Published: 11.03.15 at 16:33
At the University of Arts London, creativity is all around us and thus the protection of IP rights more important than ever. OHIM - the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market, which registers... read more
Published: 06.03.15 at 10:07