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Volume: 11 Issue: 6
(June 2013)

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image rights guernsey image rights register use sport end 2012 channel island guernsey created world’s first registrable image right register

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Image rights: Guernsey image rights register and its use in sport

At the end of 2012, the Channel Island of Guernsey created the world’s first registrable image right that can register a person’s image, nicknames, videos, mannerisms and distinctive characteristics. David Evans and Jason Romer, of Collas Crill IP, explain the advantages of the process, how it works and how it has been utilised by sports stars such as tennis’s Heather Watson.

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