The IPKat has just received another free sample issue of Copyright World, published by Informa. Contents of this issue include the following:
* "What's It Worth?", by Consor's veteran IP strategist Weston Anson. Wes values music, celebrities and entertainment properties (among other things) for a living and this article features two case studies drawn from his practice;
* "The Celador Story", in which Jacqueline Nunan interviews Adrian Woolfe (MD of Celador, the company which controls and licenses 'Who Wants to be a Millionnaire?');
* "Around the World", by Marc David Peters and James Pooley (both of Milbank Tweed), considering the strategic advantages and disadvantages of suing individual file-sharers for copyright infringement.
The IPKat is quite enjoying his little supply of Copyright Worlds and hopes it continues ...
Saturday, 20 November 2004
Posted by Jeremy at 10:07:00 p.m.