Flaws found in Philippine Copyright Bill
IP practitioners in the Philippines have welcomed a Bill that aims to update the country’s copyright system, but have spotted a number of flaws that need correction
Brigitte Da Costa-Villaluz, a partner at Poblador Bautista & Reyes, highlighted several problems with Senate Bill 2487.
First, an amendment to section 180 of the Bill grants licensees the same rights as licensors. Da Costa-Villaluz told Managing IP that copyright...
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