Controversial Film “Escape From Tomorrow” Shows Need to Protect Intellectual Property

“Escape From Tomorrow,” one of the most controversial films at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, has put copyright and trademark law, as well as the question of what constitutes parody, in the spotlight. The film reminds companies why it is important to protect their intellectual property: to prevent use (or misuse) by others.

Changing With The Times: “The Artist” And Franchise System Evolution

The movie “The Artist” is an excellent illustration of how changing times and changing customer demand can leave behind those who refuse to change with them. Those companies that don’t see / don’t understand the way public tastes are changing, and those that simply refuse to evolve themselves to respond to these changes are at risk of losing business or being left behind.

Business Lessons Learned From “The Dark Knight Rises”

In “The Dark Knight Rises,” Bruce Wayne / Batman learns a valuable lesson about how dangerous complacency can be, as he is completely unprepared for the threat that is Bane. The lesson learned by Wayne is one that applies equally to franchise systems and other businesses: overconfidence and complacency can be hazardous to the long-term survival of the system.

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