Author Archives: Eric Favreau

About Eric Favreau

Eric has been eYeka's legal department for years, which makes him an experienced legal expert in open innovation and co-creation, and gives him a clear view of what can be expected from crowdsourcing on a legal perspective. His simple yet sharp writing style allows him to share his expertise about legal matters with everyone

Everything About « Crowdsourcing » and « Legal » In Less Than 30 Minutes

Have you ever wanted to be unbeatable about creative crowdsourcing and its legal aspects? If yes, great! If not, here’s a good opportunity to do so, because it’s all explained in a 26-minute video. Above are the slides of the … Continue reading

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The Legal Responsibilities Of Crowdsourcing Stakeholders, by Eric Favreau #eYekalegal

In our effort to educate about crowdsourcing and provide some useful content to all those who are interested in it, we are (also) writing articles in specialized journals. Here is an English introduction into some of the points made in … Continue reading

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Join Our « Creative Crowdsourcing From A Legal Perspective » Webinar on July 23rd at 6PM CEST #eYekaLegal

Click to access webinar registration page Creative crowdsourcing is increasingly used by companies to spur their innovation and improve their marketing efforts. But how does it work on a legal perspective? We know from experience that many (many!) questions arise … Continue reading

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Creative Crowdsourcing from a Legal Perspective: The Role of the Contest Organizer

After a first blog post about the diversity of contributions you can get in creative crowdsourcing, and another about eYeka’s IP policy, this one concludes our three-part series about creative crowdsourcing from a legal perspective. Let’s indeed have a look … Continue reading

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Creative Crowdsourcing from a Legal Perspective: eYeka’s IP Policy

This post is the second of a series about legal questions for organizations. In our first post, we differentiated raw ideas from IP-protected, original creative work: « From raw ideas to polished videos, from consumer creativity to professional work… eYeka can … Continue reading

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Creative Crowdsourcing from a Legal Perspective: The Diversity of Contributions

Are you planning on engaging in creative crowdsourcing by requesting the assistance of a crowdsourcing platform? This article is part of the 3-part article about some of the main legal questions raised by the use of creative crowdsourcing by organizations. … Continue reading

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