Of Counsel Jane Collen co-authored an article titled "Is It Work Made for Hire? A Look at Australia, China, Germany, and the United States" for the Features section of the International Trademark Association (INTA) website.
INTA's International and Legislative Subcommittee of the Copyright Committee published a report, "Works Made for Hire: Review of Legislation and Practice," in 2021 outlining legal issues arising from work-made-for-hire regulations in 60 countries. Going deeper into what the report covers, Jane's article looks at the status of a fictitious artist's creative works in various jurisdictions around the world.
The Features section on the INTA website provides expert insight into the issues influencing the present and transforming the future of trademarks and brands. Current and evolving trends and practice issues are explored, and leaders and visionaries from across the industry are interviewed.
To read the article "Is It Work Made for Hire? A Look at Australia, China, Germany, and the United States" please visit the INTA website.
- Of Counsel