Andra-Maria Drăgan*


The process of analyzing the condition of originality of intellectual creations has always been one of the main concerns of both doctrine and jurisprudence. This is due to the fact that the granting of legal protection is closely related to the fulfillment of this condition, considered unanimously by specialists as essential, since national and international provisions state that original works are protected without laying down other conditions to be fulfilled. The differences of opinion in both the doctrine and the jurisprudence have led to the birth of a multitude of theories, which try to bring clarity to the notion, especially since the sphere of intellectual creation works is constantly transformed. This highlights the necessity of developing and remodeling the conditions that must be met in order for the works to be considered original. Next, we propose to look at the theoretical and practical aspects that have emerged over time in European and American law.

*Absolventă a Facultăţii de Drept, Universitatea „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” din Iaşi, adresă de e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..