Slovenian IPO Grants Authorization to New Copyright Collective

Nov 29 2010 - 09:59

On October 11, 2010, the Slovenian Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) issued authorization to the Institute of Authors, Performers and Producers of Audiovisual Works of the Republic of Slovenia (AIPA), an organization for the collective management of copyright and related rights in the field of audiovisual works.

There are four other similar organizations in Slovenia authorized to operate by SIPO: SAZAS (covering copyright in musical works), IPF (covering related rights in performances and musical phonograms), ZAMP (covering copyright in literary, scientific and publicity works, as well as the translations thereof), and SAZOR GIZ (covering literary, scientific and publicity works and their translations in terms of their reproduction or distribution for the benefit of people with special needs, private and internal use and photocopying beyond the scope of Article 50 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act).

For more information, please contact Sinja Leskovec at our Slovenia office.

Source: SIPO

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