Big Tee Racing - Intellectual Property
It has been known for some
individuals to copy products designed and produced by others in
order to produce facsimiles of the originals themselves. This
is often done without the originators permission. When this
happens, the law may have been broken, especially if the individuals
have copied the originators works deliberately or for their own gain. Additionally,
the originator of the original work, design or product may lose
income as a result of the copy or copies having been made. The
originator of the work, design or product may be able to sue those
responsible for copying their intellectual property without
permission for extensive damages.
Mr T Gilder of Big Tee Racing
asserts his right as intellectual property owner of the Pacer range
of hulls, having originated these products personally. He also
asserts his rights for the Phase 2 design as this right and the
original moulds were purchased from Mr Steve Whenham.
Design Rights Statement
All Big Tee Racing hull designs
are protected under the Designs, Patents and Copyright Act 1988,
Designs Rights, and European Unregistered Community Design.
The designs, products and all
other intellectual property produced by Mr T Gilder and Big Tee
Racing may not be copied or reproduced in any way without prior
written permission from Mr T Gilder or unless a licensing agreement
has been entered into.
infringing Mr T Gilder's intellectual property rights by reproducing
without permission any products
designed and produced by him and/or Big Tee Racing, may expect be met with litigation prosecuted to the fullest
extent of the Law.