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By Keith Aoki

ISBN-10: 0974155314

ISBN-13: 9780974155319

A documentary is being filmed. A cellphone earrings, taking part in the "Rocky" subject music. The filmmaker is advised she needs to pay $10,000 to transparent the rights to the tune. Can this be real? "Eyes at the Prize", the nice civil rights documentary, was once pulled from move as the filmmakers' rights to tune and pictures had expired. what is going on the following? it is the collision of documentary filmmaking and highbrow estate legislation, and it is the thought for this comedian ebook. keep on with its heroine Akiko as she motion pictures her documentary, and navigates the twists and turns of highbrow estate. Why can we have copyrights? what is "fair use"? sure through legislation reaches past documentary movie to supply a remark at the such a lot urgent concerns dealing with legislations, artwork, estate and an more and more electronic international of remixed tradition.

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There have even been some convincing attempts to draw a correlation between patent strength and stock market performance. 02 per cent, from its inception in January 2007 to 31 October 2009. This performance hints at the importance of assessing patents owned by quoted companies as another indicator of corporate health. There is even talk of the credit rating agencies incorporating some measure of patent strength into their company analyses. In short, intellectual property will play a key role in the economic recovery and the valuation of companies going forward.

And the next time you have a ‘eureka moment’, you no longer have to keep it to yourself. Note 1 P&G (2006) Connect and develop: inside Procter & Gamble’s new model for innovation, Harvard Business Review, 84 (3), March. _____________________________________________________________________________ Opening Up Innovation 13  About the author Tim Nicol is Managing Director of MIH–Make Innovation Happen. He is a ‘rounded and grounded’ marketer with an international blue-chip FMCG background and his own successful marketing services business.

Many companies have spent decades building up and protecting their patent portfolios, sometimes inheriting significant proportions of the portfolio from acquisitions. In such an environment, it can be difficult to assess what is actually of value or could be of future use. In the current economic climate, however, it is prudent to develop an IP strategy that establishes key metrics across all aspects of the IP life cycle, assesses all IP spend and identifies opportunities to cut costs, better manage risks and, increasingly, generate revenue from the IP rights the company owns.

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