Copyright - A ‘What’s New’ Guide for IP Lawyers
Copyright is the most ubiquitous of intellectual property rights, adding value to industries from film, television and music to software and artificial intelligence. The European Union has passed the first substantive revision of copyright laws since 2001.
This brand new live broadcast session will review the most important cases of the last 12 months to assess the way the CJEU and UK courts continue to adapt existing copyright laws to address the challenges of the digital age.
What You Will Learn
This interactive, live broadcast session will cover the following:
- What is a 'work' in EU copyright law?
- Can copyright apply to a patented device?
- Can trade mark rights substitute for copyright?
- Does trading secondhand e-books always infringe?
- Communication to the public: when do linking and framing infringe?
- What kind and degree of contribution qualifies a collaborator for joint authorship?
- Copyright in textiles
- Disputes over licensing terms
- The Digital Copyright Directive: the ongoing debate over Article 17
Recording of live sessions: Soon after the Learn Live session has taken place you will be able to go back and access the recording - should you wish to revisit the material discussed.