Copyrights are an essential part of a company's intellectual property rights. They differ from other IP rights in that they cannot be registered, but are instead granted to the creator at the moment a piece of work is created.
Work is defined as the form of expression resulting from a creative process that can be protected. However, it is not possible to grant protection under copyright for an idea behind the work. Copyrights provide protection for works in, for example, literature, visual arts and music as well as computer software.
We provide assistance in all matters related to copyright management, from documentation of copyrights to defending rights. We also submit statement requests to the Copyright Council, which issues statements on whether a given piece of work will be granted copyright protection.
Carefully planned protection supports a company's business strategy. When you “look before you leap”, you’ll avoid unnecessary costs and IP risks.Read more
Exclusive rights must be maintained, monitored and defended in order to ensure that your know-how and investments are not exploited by outside parties. Advantages in business come from long-term work!Read more