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Sunday November 18, 2018

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Architects Must be Dynamite on Copyright Protection
Business
Friday August 3 2018

Architects Must be Dynamite on Copyright Protection

In early 2000 and late 2001, Victorian based Barnett Property Group opened two display homes in the Melbourne outer eastern suburbs of Beaconsfield and Rowville respectively...

Architects: Safeguard Your Intellectual Property
Business
Tuesday October 4 2016

Architects: Safeguard Your Intellectual Property

Given the extent to which the value of what architects produce lies in the creativity behind the designs and drawings they provide, intellectual property is a...

Japanese Architect Rejects Copycat Claims
Commercial
Thursday January 21 2016

Japanese Architect Rejects Copycat Claims

The Japanese architect behind the winning design of the Tokyo Olympic Stadium has hit out at claims he copied another design from the firm which had...

Architects and How to Preserve Copyright and Moral Rights
Business
Thursday November 19 2015

Architects and How to Preserve Copyright and Moral Rights

A common conundrum for architects and draftspersons is how best to preserve one’s rights in your plans and designs, particularly where a client has not proceeded...

Can Architects Stop Their Work from Being ‘Martyred’?
Business
Friday July 17 2015

Can Architects Stop Their Work from Being ‘Martyred’?

Whether enjoying a symphony being played by the Orchestra De Paris or simply having a family day out with events tailored for children, many visitors to...