Do you know about your intellectual property and how it affects you? Do you know what you create is your IP and being savvy about it can impact your inspiration, your creativity, your income and your livelihood.
See my FREE guide giving you 10 Reasons why you need to know about your Intellectual Property as a designer or artist.
These new courses are introductions to Intellectual Property in 2 versions: Youth & Students and for Adults. Be introduced to this crucial subject. If big names are protecting their stuff, shouldn’t you too?
Check out the Youth & Students course here
Bite Size Testimonies
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Charlotte’s testimony on the Intellectual Property Course
Derrick’s testimony on the Intellectual Property Course
Emily shares parts of Anna’s Intellectual Property Story
Anna’s Testimony on Don’t Steal My Stuff for Adults Course
Lloyd’s Testimony on the Don’t Steal My Stuff for Youth & Students Course
Iris’s Testimony on Don’t Steal My Stuff for Youth & Students Course
If you are a designer or artist, you may be interested in finding out about this subject in learning about where you stand with your creations.
Anna is joined by other designer guests and Hallam from Virtuoso Legal, an Intellectual Property Specialist firm, to talk about the issues that Designers and Artists face when dealing with their Intellectual Property.
An Introduction to Intellectual Property Free Course
If you are a designer or artist, do you know what types of Intellectual Property are relevant
for you to protect your work?
Find out more at this free course
Legally Approved Courses
All the Intellectual Property courses are written, as far as possible, without legal speak, so they can be understood by those not legally trained. But they have been reviewed and approved by legal companies.
The guidance on copyright and the various design rights provided in the Amanya course on Intellectual Property cuts through to the underlying legal principles whilst simultaneously providing a practical insight which will be of great use to any designers seeking to improve their knowledge of intellectual property.
The guide offers a concise summary of the key elements of each right and anyone who reads it will walk away with a renewed understanding of their rights and how to protect them.
It also highlights the common pitfalls individuals face, whilst encouraging creators to respect the rights of others.
An informative and practical guide for anyone who is seeking to enhance their knowledge of intellectual property.
Regardless of the size of your business, the nature of the goods it supplies or the services it provides, your business will create and as a consequence, it will own some forms of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs). The three key forms of IPRs for any commercial Artist or Designer to be aware of are rights in trade marks, rights in designs, and copyright.
Unfortunately, all of these IPRs are far from easy to understand, nor are they easy to apply to real-life, the complexity is exacerbated by the overlap created by these IPRs in certain situations.
However, help is at hand, and this Beginners Guide to Intellectual Property for Artists and Designers is a great place to start in order to begin and cement your awareness of the issues, and to build a foundation of your understanding.
The various examples taken from the archives of case law will also assist in your understanding of how the various IPRs are applied by the Courts.
Anna has the great advantage of having walked the journey of protecting her own brand with IP, with experience of the dangers and pitfalls she has encountered along the way.
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