Can a lion have performer's rights?

22 Jun 2016

The Intellectual Property Enterprise Court (IPEC) in London has recently refused an interim injunction application made by a private zoo to stop further publication of images and videos taken by animal rights campaigners, during an open day. TMT Partner, Robert Ganpatsingh explains why.

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