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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In June of 2013, Sparkle Press, LLC was established to parent "Grace is Born" and derivative work.
In SunTrust, the plaintiff asserted that defendant's unauthorized derivative work interfered with the plaintiff's ability to license derivative works as it had in the past.
interest of simplicity, this Article will take a derivative work to
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.
Because defining a derivative work necessarily considers whether it has infringed the underlying work, the note then discusses how the courts make infringement analyses.
The legal consequences vary greatly when an author makes a new contribution to an existing copyrighted work, depending upon whether the resulting product is a work for hire, joint work, or a derivative work.
In short, AFLAC's supplemental, derivative work policies met the threshold for originality.
Say they've taken materials off our site and created a derivative work mixed in with other materials.
These terms and conditions generally put companies at risk of losing any trade secrets that may have been used in the derivative work.
Seuss book How the Grinch Stole Christmas is a traditional derivative work, but Fisher appears far more concerned with less commercial derivative works.