What opportunities are available to creators and owners of new, original, ornamental designs for obtaining meaningful worldwide protection for their intellectual property? That question has always been on the minds of those who have created ornamental or aesthetic aspects of articles where their function meets form. In some countries, industrial designs may be protected under copyright law.
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