Intellectual Property Protection of Software: International Perspectives

Intellectual Property in the Netherlands


Jaap H. Spoor


VOL. XIV • Summer 1996 • NO. 4 (table of contents)

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14 John Marshall J. of Comp. & Info. Law 725


This article provides an overview of the laws currently in use for the protection of the intellectual property of software in the Netherlands. The analysis focuses primarily on all aspects of copyright law, which include sources of copyright law, protectable subject matter, ownership and transfer of copyright and licensing, economic rights and user's prerogatives, moral rights, copyright infringement in computer software and remedies for infringement. The article also briefly discusses other methods of protection for the intellectual property of computer software in the Netherlands, including patents, trade secrets, semiconductor chip protection and trademarks.

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