Copyright ownership is common for photographs. The person who took the photo, owns the rights in the work.
However, this can be trickier when the person that took the photo works for you. 373 more words
It is vital for companies seeking to protect their brand to register a trademark, especially for those doing business in a developing country. Innovation Norway gives advice on how to protect and exploit your IPR (trademark, design, patents and intellectual property, etc.) for commercial purposes. 1,025 more words
In-N-Out Burger, Inc. vs. Sehwani Inc., et. al
Petitioner IN-N-OUT BURGER, INC., is a business entity incorporated under the laws of California. It is a signatory to the Convention of Paris on Protection of Industrial Property and the TRIPS Agreement. 1,082 more words
Washington and Lee law professor Christopher Seaman spoke to members of the Virginia State Bar Association on September 19, 2014 at their 26th Annual Intellectual Property Fall CLE. 28 more words
Last week, I discussed how to get your self-published book translated using various techniques from hiring contractors to using a royalty splitting website. Today I’ll talk about the next logical step in this journey and that is selling your foreign rights to a publisher. 647 more words