Copyright, Orphan Works, and Wills

  Stuart Clark blogged last week on the subject of J.R.R. Tolkien’s estate seeking to assert rights in his creations. This blog is about the opposite problem. What happens when someone wants to use the works of a deceased creator, and nobody knows who owns the rights? These abandoned products of human creativity become orphan works.  The orphan … Continue reading Copyright, Orphan Works, and Wills