Film: The Case Of Keeling And Hars

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The case of Keeling and Hars, brought about a great debate. Intellectual property may involve the creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce. It is very important to know and understand laws as it relates to intellectual property. In this particular case, Keeling won the case because she brought new ideas to the original film that stayed true to the film’s baseline, while adding new things. When books and movie scripts are written, the idea almost always comes from an author who has written something similar. It is about using your creative ability to swift it into a new direction. Hars and her company was only a production company. They did not write
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