Surface tension

Lewsi, Mark
September 2004
Cabinet Maker;9/3/2004, Issue 5404, p23
Trade Publication
Explains the copyright protection law in Great Britain and its effect on furniture design and designers. Example provided by the dispute between clothing designers Lambretta, Teddy Smith and Next; Intellectual property of a furniture design; Provisions under the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988; Consequences of the Lambretta case. INSETS: A question of detail;Registering an opinion on the new interpretation of the law.


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