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As the world comes out of various lockdowns and looks to an uncertain future, we have seen a great deal of interest in the licensing of content, characters and brands. Seemingly the comfort of the known is something that we all seek in such turbulent times.

In this edition we take a look at the licensing of intellectual property (tech in particular), how super (and real-life) heroes can protect and leverage their intellectual property (IP), and what home crafters need to look out for when creating their wares. After all, no one wants to be a copycat(erpillar), and talking of those, we also take another brief look at copycat cases.

Recently there's also been a significant increase in the activities of the various collective rights organisations, including the Performing Right Society (PRS). The BBC has announced a new deal with the PRS and we give the lowdown of what the deal is about and why it has happened.

As always our contributors will be delighted to discuss any of the issues they have raised in their articles.

Blake Morgan e-Magazine | Winter 2021 | Issue 5

As the world comes out of various lockdowns and looks to an uncertain future, we have seen a great deal of interest in the licensing of content...

Ben Evans

Ben Evans

As the world comes out of various lockdowns and looks to an uncertain future, we have seen a great deal of interest in the licensing of content...

Offices in:
London
Cardiff
Reading
Oxford
Southampton

Design and build by Supreme Creative Ltd

The content of this publication is for reference purposes only. They do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Specific legal advice about your specific circumstances should always be sought separately before taking any action based on the publication.

Authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales SRA number: 613716. 

Public

As the world comes out of various lockdowns and looks to an uncertain future, we have seen a great deal of interest in the licensing of content, characters and brands. Seemingly the comfort of the known is something that we all seek in such turbulent times.

In this edition we take a look at the licensing of intellectual property (tech in particular), how super (and real-life) heroes can protect and leverage their intellectual property (IP), and what home crafters need to look out for when creating their wares. After all, no one wants to be a copycat(erpillar), and talking of those, we also take another brief look at copycat cases.

Recently there's also been a significant increase in the activities of the various collective rights organisations, including the Performing Right Society (PRS). The BBC has announced a new deal with the PRS and we give the lowdown of what the deal is about and why it has happened.

As always our contributors will be delighted to discuss any of the issues they have raised in their articles.

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