In legal terminology, the expression "right of the author" is used to describe the rights of the creators on their literary and artistic works. The works that lend themselves to the protection of copyright ranging from books, music, painting, sculpture and films to computer programs, databases, advertising, maps and technical drawings.
Therefore the question of what can be protected by copyright? Luckily it is quite wide, since the law generally does not contain an exhaustive list of works that cover Copyright (in general terms, the works normally protected by copyright throughout the world include: literary works such as novels, poems, plays, reference works, newspaper articles, computer programs and databases; films) musical compositions and choreographies; works of art, pictures, drawings, photographs and sculptures; architecture; and advertisements, maps, and technical drawings)
It is because of it, that it is easy to be in the need for clarifications in controversies related to the entitlement or the creation, plagiarism, copies or illegal reproductions, the financial deals, the sales, the transfers and transferences of these rights.
If MGA appraisals is in some of these cases it can bring you the expert reports to settle any type of conflict between these or others. Contact us without obligation.