Google Play App Store

intelectual proprety for architectural designsintelectual proprety for architectural designs

Intellectual Property »Posted 3 Jun 2019

legal question I am am architect that worked in a large consultant firm.
Now I am having my own practice website and wanted to show on it the projects I designed while working with them.
I did put the photos of the projects and had a disclaimer at the bottom of the page stating that these projects (marked with *)where done while working with so and so

is there any infringement on the intellectual property - noting that these are my designs 100%

legal answer from lawyer E00304554Dear Questioner,

To give an accurate advise I need to see the agreement between you and your previous employer. Normally when you work an employer or when you design for a architect company the designs are of company;'s intellectual property than of that employee.
If there is any agreement or clause in the employment agreement in this effect, there is no infringement of intellectual property laws.



Lawyer Detail

Talk to Lawyer

Note: - We try our level best to avoid any kind of abusive content posted by users. Kindly report to us if you notice any, [email protected]

Copyright @ Pathmpor Consultants Pvt Ltd

F

r

e

e


A

d

v

i

c

e