Análisis jurisprudencial y doctrinal de las sentencias que se tramitan a través de los juzgados civiles del circuito del distrito judicial de la ciudad de barranquilla, con relación a la protección de los derechos de autor
Mendoza Padilla, Astrid Estrella | 2013-06-05
Colombia is a country whose cultural diversity is very broad. A country of regions, each with its own cultural traditions, customs and traditions, which also manifests itself in the production of artistic expressions wide, in all disciplines of Art. This means that it becomes extremely necessary legislation to protect cultural diversity and ensure that authors respect their rights, including economic enjoyment derived from their creations. The country has, apart from the law, a nationally recognized organization, which brings together national and composers whose fundamental objective is to ensure respect for the rights of Colombian artists. Still, there are few times when it is necessary to resort to the courts to settle differences arising between the author of a literary or artistic work, and who claims to have a right to commercial exploitation or disseminate such work from any other use their point of view. This is the issue addressed in this paper, which sets out the conditions under which work artistic and intellectual authors in the country, in a rule of law which, as such, is committed to ensuring the constitutionally legitimate interests of citizens. The results of the work done by the authors clearly demonstrate that while there is protective legislation, therefore no longer be differences that require judicial intervention in the name of protecting copyright, figure that is recognized in the legislation of the vast majority of nations and must be covered with the protection of state and international organizations called to ensure that this is met fully.