Copyright issues in IP law

Copyrights are a vitally important arrow in the quiver of IP protection, filling a gap in between patents (which protect technological innovation), trademarks (which protect holders’ marks and trade dress against customer confusion and passing off) and trade secrets (which generally protect any confidential information which has a commercial value).

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