Following a several weeks long process, by developing a more and more complex document, I had the privilege to contribute to a two-part blog post, published by the Kluwer Copyright Blog, on NFTs and copyright law.
Civil Society Statement on Copyright and Proposal of a Waiver from Certain Provisions of the TRIPS Agreement for the Prevention, Containment and Treatment of COVID-19 (IP/C/W/669)
This is a breaking news post – no special words needed. I was happy to sign the Statement issued by PIJIP (and signed by hundreds of other professionals and organizations) on the copyright and TRIPS Waiver related to COVID-19.
Burak Yildirim’s guest blog on caricatures and copyright law from the Turkish perspective.
International Instrument on Permitted Uses in Copyright Law – An interview with Reto Hilty and Valentina Moscon
Reto M. Hilty and Valentina Moscon kindly accepted Copy21’s invitation to give an interview on the “International Instrument on Permitted Uses in Copyright Law”, published in the January 2021 issue of IIC.
An alleged resemblance between two works is always quite fun to analyze: would that constitute a copyright infringement? What if is the previous work itself is not protected by any intellectual property right? Here are two recent French examples. – A guest post from Dóra
Xiao Baiyang’s next blogpost focuses on the details of punitive damages in Chinese IP Law.