The fashion industry is one of the most competitive areas in business these days, which means it is potentially very cutthroat, with people always trying to take shortcuts to the potential riches. Also, because many fashion mode products have similar elements, it is not unheard of for someone to copy another's products, even if they don’t intend to do so. If you work in the fashion industry, it is essential to protect your fashion mode product through copyright law.
Any fashion mode product that you create should belong to you or your company only. In the United Kingdom, as long as your fashion mode product is sufficiently original and unique, it will be entitled to copyright protection. However, it is one thing to have a copyright and another to be able to prove it. If it comes to having to assert your rights, out will have to be able to prove both your ownership and the date of creation of your fashion mode product. One efficient and certified way to protect your fashion mode product is by registering and depositing it to our system at Copyright.uk.
How We Protect Your Fashion Mode Product
When you register and make a copyright deposit of your fashion mode product, you instantly establish complete copyright protection. Once it has been deposited into our system, you will always be able to prove your copyright whenever you need it. Your fashion mode product deposit cannot be altered or changed by anyone, which means that it will serve to memorialize that you alone have the right to make money or derive benefit from it. Even better, the copyright protection you receive for your fashion mode product is valid for life. When you deposit your textile model with Copyright.uk, your work is handled by people with a legal obligation to retain your textile model in a way that makes your right incontestable in any legal proceeding.
Your protection also goes well beyond the United Kingdom. When you make a copyright deposit with Copyright.uk, the copyright protection for your fashion mode product becomes valid internationally, in all 171 signatory countries to the Berne Convention.