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Copyright is the legal right granted in favour of the creator of a particular work. There is no need for the right to be registered before protection is acquired. The work once in its recorded form, attracts the protection of copyright.
The effect of a work being protected by copyright is that the creator of the work is granted exclusive rights. This means the creator only, is permitted to (amongst other rights) copy, play, exhibit and adapt the work.
Exploitation of a copyright work is the usual form of generating revenue from a unique / marketable piece of work. Our solicitors can assist with licensing and / or transferring the ownership of the work. Both of these options may provide a source of revenue.
We can also offer advice on the existence, ownership and the extent of any protection associated with copyright. Our service is supplemented by our litigation department which is able to offer advice on the legal issues in the event that copyright disputes arise. This includes infringement proceedings (both claim and defence).
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