The general rule is that the person who creates a work is the author of that work and the owner of any resulting copyright in that work.

In a Word document, respond to the following questions in essay format.

  1. The general rule is that the person who creates a work is the author of that work and the owner of any resulting copyright in that work. There is an exception for works made for hire. Please explain what a work made for hire is and any factors used to determine if something was indeed made as a work for hire.
  2. There are eight separate works of authorship under copyright law. Distinguish between different works of authorship for copyrights and identify the appropriate forms used to register each work.
  3. Compare and contrast the creation, registration, and duration of trademarks versus patents.

When you have completed your essay  submit your essays to the Dropbox. The essays are due no later than the end of Unit 9. Click here to access the Dropbox.

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