Szymon Gogulski and Marek Oleksyn on Cross-Border Assignment and Licensing of Economic Rights in a Copyrightable Work - Certain Practical Aspects (PDF)
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Cross-border licensing of copyrights has been a major part of IP law practice. The worldwide copyright regime preceded globalization of the world economy. This was due to multilateral treaties, e.g., the Berne Convention, TRIPS and WIPO Treaties, which set up common standards of copyright protection. This article focuses on practical aspects of copyright licensing to be taken into account while drafting a cross-border licensing contract.
Szymon Gogulski graduated from Poznan University in 1994. He has worked with SK&S since July 1994, and became partner in January 2002. He was admitted to the Poznan bar in 1998.His areas of interests include industrial property law, unfair competition law and copyrights. He specializes in disputes concerning trademarks (e.g. leading car producers, leading world's software producers, Far East producer of watches and many more), unfair advertising (e.g. leading multinational chain of stores, leading national wholesaler), and industrial designs (e.g. leading regional building materials industry, FMCG producers). He has also been in charge of first biotech patent disputes in Poland.
Maerk Oleksyn graduated Warsaw University with Post-graduate Studies in Intellectual Property Law in 2005, and from the joint Warsaw University and Poitiers University Post-graduate Studies DESS French and European Commercial Law program in 2004, and Warsaw University with his Master of Laws in 2004. He joined SK&S in 2004. He specialises in issues relating to trademark law, unfair competition law, patent law and intellectual property protection on the Internet. He is a frequent speaker at training courses on intellectual property rights conferences.
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