Prosecution

Prosecution

The principle of any kind of property is that the owner may use it as he wishes, and that nobody else can lawfully use it without his authorisation. This does not, of course, mean that he can use it regardless of the legally recognised rights and interests of other members of society. And similarly, the owner of copyright in a protected work may use the work as he wishes, and may prevent others from using it without his authorisation.

We are able to assist with clarifying the various rights of copyright, assisting you with disputes related to copyright claims, and international copyright matters. By working alongside you, your copyright lawyer affords an extra level of confidence, giving you the space and time to create, knowing that your rights will be defended in respect of:

  • Literary works
  • Musical works
  • Artistic works
  • Cinematograph films
  • Sound recordings
  • Broadcasts
  • Programme-carrying signals
  • Published editions
  • Computer programs
  • Motion pictures / film