Season 2, Episode 11. “Implied Licences in Copyright Law” – Poorna Mysoor

In many ways, our conduct can dictate the level of protection and exclusivity of our copyrightable content. Poorna Mysoor teaches us how certain actions and circumstances can imply authorization to use our works. Discover this fascinating research in her new book “Implied Licences in Copyright Law”. Continue reading Season 2, Episode 11. “Implied Licences in Copyright Law” – Poorna Mysoor

Season 2, Episode 9. Link to the soil: Dr. Andrea Zappalaglio – EU Geographical Indications

Where a product is made can serve as an identifier, quality assurance, and special characteristics trace. Dr. Andrea Zappalaglio steers through his new book “The Transformation of EU Geographical Indications Law: The Present, Past and Future of the Origin Link (Routledge Research in Intellectual Property).   Continue reading Season 2, Episode 9. Link to the soil: Dr. Andrea Zappalaglio – EU Geographical Indications

Season 2, Episode 8. Unique identifiers: Rodolfo C. Rivas – Trademarks and Internet Domain Names

Who prevails when a person registers a trademark, and another registers an identical or similar Internet domain name? Well, it usually depends on three factors. Rodolfo C. Rivas, an international lawyer and experienced arbitrator on these legal conflicts, uncovers every important angle of this pointy issue. Continue reading Season 2, Episode 8. Unique identifiers: Rodolfo C. Rivas – Trademarks and Internet Domain Names

Season 2, Episode 7. Copyright and Creativity in the 21st Century – Michelle Bogre & Nancy Wolff

From fictional characters, social media use, memes, sampling to photos taken by drones. Michelle Bogre and Nancy Wolff give us highlights of their book “The Routledge Companion to Copyright and Creativity in the 21st Century” while steering over the hottest topics on copyright. Continue reading Season 2, Episode 7. Copyright and Creativity in the 21st Century – Michelle Bogre & Nancy Wolff