- December 1, 2020
BIM-used copyright: Dealing with emerging technologies in construction
We have explored various topics as part of our intellectual property in construction series. To continue our discussion, we delve into some further thoughts on other common queries that we receive. In this article we will look at: Should a copyright licence be subject to the payment of fees? What happens to a copyright licence … Continue reading BIM-used copyright: Dealing with emerging technologies in construction →
- September 9, 2020
Moral rights: why should developers care?
Question: What do the Oslo Picasso murals “The Seagull” and the “The Fishermen” and the Dutch De View Jaargetijden have in common? Answer: They both have been subject to recent high cost, high profile litigation that dragged on for years and which concerned moral rights. Yes “moral rights” caused all the trouble for these projects … Continue reading Moral rights: why should developers care? →
- June 3, 2020
Copyright in construction: some common queries
Questions about intellectual property rights routinely arise during construction contract negotiations and serve as a refreshing reminder that COVID-19 issues are not the sole focus of negotiations at the moment. Copyright is one type of intellectual property right and is the area where we tend to encounter the most queries. This blog, the first in … Continue reading Copyright in construction: some common queries →
- November 21, 2018
Is it time for Brexit, or just costs?
With the much-anticipated draft withdrawal agreement being revealed last week, I thought it was an opportune time to reflect on the impact of Brexit on the construction industry, and in particular, what effect it is having on parties entering into construction contracts in the current market.