Tag Archives: intellectual property

You Have a Creative Genius in the Workplace. Who Owns the Creative Works?

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The cardinal principle of copyright law is deceptively simple. It protects a creative work as it passes from the fevered brow of its creator to something more tangible – a writing pad, an electronic manuscript, a sound recording, a stone tablet, etc., and, at that moment, ownership vests in the creator. But, of course, deceptively … Continue reading this entry

NLRB Continues to Click “Dislike” on Social Media Policies

As the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues its assault on employer personnel policies, certain policies seem to be getting particular attention. Various recent NLRB opinions have imposed a number of limitations on employee social media policies. Even those employers without unions need to pay close attention to these opinions and think very carefully when … Continue reading this entry