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copyright Law
In this article, Kobby Afari Yeboah critiques the Idea/Expression Dichotomy under Copyright Law. The concept provides that Copyright law protects “expressions of ideas” and not “ideas”. He discusses what he terms the “weak foundation” of this principle and its “failure” to protect the interests of creators of Intellectual Property. He sought to reveal the difficulties...
A presentation by Winnie Myers on 11.07.2020 titled “Duration of Copyright Protection: A Comparative Guide to the Duration of Copyright Protection under the International, Regional, and Country- Specific Legislations on Copyright”. Follow the link to download https://myiplawguide.com/download/6976/
Topic: Duration of Copyright Protection Date: 11 July 2020 Time: 7PM (GMT +1) Presenter: Winnie Akushika Myers Platform: Zoom The fifth personal development seminar of My Intellectual Property Law Guide (MIPLG) commenced at 7:00 PM. The seminar on duration of copyright protection was presented by Winnie Akushika Myers who began her presentation at 7:05 PM. Her presentation was titled “A Comparative Guide to the Duration of Copyright Protection...
MIPLG PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT (SEMINAR 2) Date: 29 May 2020 Time: 8PM Topic: Ownership in Copyright Anchor: Emmanuel Bugyei Platform: Zoom (Online) This virtual seminar for the personal development of members is the second in the series. The seminar started at 20:00hrs GMT and was moderated by Emmanuel Bugyei, who set up the meeting and...
Update on the WIPO National Essay Competition. In response to petitions on the eligibility of advanced vocational institutions’ students to participate in the Essay competition, the WIPO Nigeria Office (WNO) wishes to confirm that registered students of all tertiary institutions in Nigeria (ISCED levels 5 – 8), including universities, polytechnics, colleges of education, and higher...
Following a recent exposure of the dispute between Cynthia Morgan and Jude Okoye of Square Records, MIPLG received a number of requests seeking a comment on the possible effects of an entertainment contract in relation to stage and/or real names. As a result, we have provided a succinct comment on whether or not an artiste...
DATE: 22 MAY 2020 TIME: 7:00PM – 7:35PM TOPIC: Authorship in Copyright SPEAKER: Deborah Nwanguma, Esq. MIPLG commenced a virtual seminar series for the personal development of its members and affiliates on 22 May 2020. The seminar commenced at 7:00PM moderated by Victoria Onyeagbako. She delivered a brief welcome address to all participants and introduced...
With the deadline to the WIPO Essay Competition fast approaching, we call on students from all tertiary institutions in Nigeria to participate by submitting their entries.
Online Copyright Infringement: A critical assessment of the EU and UK approaches to the concept of ‘communication to the public’ written by Emmanuel Nwagboo, an Intellectual Property Law Scholar and resourceful member of MIPLG. Emmanuel in his article critically analyses online copyright infringement and communication to the public with a focus on the EU/ UK...
In commemoration of the world intellectual property day, V.C. Onyeagbako, ACIArb. has published this article as a guide to the justifications of intellectual properties such as copyright and patents. This article is a good start for persons interested in understanding why MIPLG and other IP organisations advocate for the protection of intellectual properties. Click on...
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Intellectual Property for Kids is developed to inculcate the knowledge and understanding of intellectual property (IP) at its basic and relatable level for kids.