Public Art and Private Rights: the ‘Female Oblation’ and Copyright
Artist Ferdinand Cacnio poses with his "Uplift" statue installed at the UP Diliman campus in Q.C. | Photo from Mr. Cacnio's Facebook page
Works of art live and die on the basis of originality - for an artist, there’s no situation more harrowing than when one’s originality is put into question.
IPOPHL and IP Australia fortify IPOPHL Patent Examiners' capacity and skills
The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) is doubling down on the capacity-building of its examiners at the Bureau of Patents, in preparation for its operation as an International Searching Authority / International Preliminary Examining Authority (ISA/IPEA).