‘Joint Authorship and the Judgment of the Court of Appeal in Martin v Kogan [2017] EWHC 2927′

“… Collaborative creativity presents a challenge for law. Those of you studying intellectual property (or IP as you probably come to know it by now) will appreciate that the author of a copyright work (as long as he or she retains copyright in that work) acquires a number of potentially valuable exclusive rights and also benefits from certain moral rights. But how does this work in the case of collaborative creativity? …” (video, transcript)

[Jonathan Griffiths, University of London Undergraduate Laws Blog, 7 April]

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