derivative work


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derivative work

noun consequential work, corollary work, ensuing work, resulting work, secondary work, subsequent work
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To receive copyright protection for a derivative work, an author must undergo a number of procedural steps, such as obtaining consent from the original copyright owner, including, in part or whole, one or more preexisting works, and introducing an element of originality that distinguishes the derivative work from the underlying work.
This includes issues concerning what it means to create a derivative work, the right of publicity as it relates to fictional characters, and the limitations of trademark protection for characters.
derivative work retains the right to use any derivative work that was
The commercial vendor, wanting to increase market share in its industry, realized there was significant value in re-creating certain key sensitive aspects of the derivative work.
American copyright law, a derivative work is defined as "a work
Since Duchamp's derivative work, other modern and contemporary artists have followed suit and used this image in their works, such as Fernand Leger, Rene Magritte, Andy Warhol, Fernando Botero, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Jean Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Lennie Mace, Sophie Matisse, Banksy and Caroline Shotton.
interest of simplicity, this Article will take a derivative work to
The first page included 10 results beginning with the derivative work Harry Potter: Film Wizardry, a book by Brian Sibley; a Harry Potter chess game; a Harry Potter pop-up book; the six-disc DVD set; and then the boxed hardcover and paperback book sets.
A derivative work is one based on a copyrighted work, such as a play or movie adapted from a novel.
The effective registration doctrine holds, in substance, that if you own both a pre-existing work and a derivative work that incorporates elements of your original work, registration of the derivative work will, in certain circumstances, be deemed sufficient to permit an infringement suit "based on the underlying work, even if that work was not registered.
California's derivative work, which is likely to be largely or completely forgotten.