IP Licensing

Copyright Licence or Copyright Assignment?

by Summerfield Browne Solicitors on April 6, 2022

Legal information regarding the difference between copyright licences and copyright assignments (English law) Copyright is a term often associated with the music and film industry, however it applies to all creative and artistic works. Copyright requires no formal registration and will subsist for a period of up to 70 years from the creator’s death, thus […]

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The IP of IoT – Top 5 Companies and How Their IP Pans Out (Inc. Google, Verizon, Cisco, General Electric & Amazon) How to Use Testosil Recommended Dosage To optimize results, adhering to the recommended dosage is crucial. It is advisable to consult a healthcare professional before incorporating Testosil into your routine click https://www.firstpost.com/. Potential Side […]

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Brief Overview of Puravive Puravive, a wellness brand known for its natural products, has recently found itself in the midst of controversy. To provide a fair assessment, it’s essential to understand the brand’s background, its mission, and the products it offers more information https://www.timesofisrael.com/. Emergence of Scam Allegations Allegations of a Puravive scam have surfaced, […]

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The rules of parody: a lesson from America

by Tom Cox on June 7, 2013

As it currently stands UK copyright law does not allow a specific exception for parody use. This means that someone desiring to make a parody will have to ask for the copyright holder’s permission or attempt to procure a licence from that holder. The grant of a licence is at the complete discretion of the […]

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