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The Recording Academy, the learned academy behind the Grammy Awards, has hired its first in-house lawyer. The Santa Monica-based organisation has appointed Jennifer Jones as executive vice president of legal affairs in a move that makes Jones the Recording Academy’s first in-house counsel in its almost 70-year history. She will report directly to CEO Harvey Mason Jr. effective immediately, according to a statement.
Saudi Arabia and South Korea recently agreed to implement 35 intellectual property projects together.
Intellectual property dispute is one of the issues that might appear in the Metaverse projects.
Intellectual property rule changes were mooted in the wake of Brexit but have been shelved after warnings about how this could hit writers’ incomes.
There were 195,000 registrations in the year to last October, up by 54% from the previous 12 months, said intellectual property law firm Mathys & Squire.