Court: Corporations Have No Moral Rights over Works in France

The French Cour de cassation, France’s highest judiciary court, held on November 16 that a corporation cannot have moral rights over a work, even if it had commissioned the work or if the work was created by one of its employees.

Source: The 1709 Blog: Corporations Have No Moral Rights over Works in France, Even if They Commissioned It

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