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Apples And Crystal Balls: Settling Disputes Once And For All?
As part of a settlement in 1991, the parties in Apple entered into an agreement to share the use of the apple mark on goods and services in the future - essentially, music for Corps and computers and data transmission for Computer.
UK
14 Jul 2006
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Software Development: The Dangers Of Staying Silent
It is vital for customers to ensure that their software development contracts contain appropriate provisions dealing with intellectual property rights.
UK
2 Feb 2006
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Open Source Software – The Case For And Against
The pros and cons of Open Source Software.
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26 Nov 2004
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Who Owns the Copyright? Dealing with "Silent" Contracts
In R. Griggs Group Limited and Others v Ross Evans and Others [2003] EWHC 2914 (Ch), a client was able to require an independent contractor to assign the legal ownership of copyright in a commissioned piece of work to it, even though there were no contractual provisions to this effect and notwithstanding the usual vesting of copyright in the "author", as per the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988.
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26 Feb 2004
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