When a company dissolves, many wonder: can you copy and keep articles purchased? Having worked with companies going through mergers, divestitures, acquisitions, and companies dissolving – this is a very important question for corporations of all sizes.
PublisHer is a call to action led by female publishing leaders to address their industry’s entrenched gender imbalances and drive an international agenda for change. Read their Q&A session with CCC CEO Tracey Armstrong here.
If you are considering using figures or graphics from a publication and are wondering if you need permission to include them, this blog post will help.
This one-day conference held in the Washington offices of the Copyright Office was the second in a series of conferences under the aegis of WIPO and the USCO to help establish an appropriate legal framework to consider the implications of AI (in its various applications and forms).
When you’re working in a fast-paced, but small life science company, there’s a chance your organization hasn’t thought about a copyright policy (yet.) Here’s why you need one.
The US government has begun to consider some of the legal implications for copyright in connection with the development and deployment of artificial intelligence.