Determining whether a work created by an employee is an employee work for copyright purposes has serious practical consequences. The use of the employer’s equipment or materials doesn’t necessarily mean that a work is an employee work. Similarly, the employee’s use of his own equipment or materials doesn’t automatically mean that the work is not an employee work.
Warsaw Court of Appeal judgment of 20 June 2018 (case no. I ACa 18/17)Continue reading “Employee work need not be created using the employers’ equipment and materials”