No. There are several legal presumptions about the ownership of creation (IP).
If you’re an employee and you have created work that is deemed intellectual property, there is a legal presumption that the employer is the true owner of the work.
However, it is important to know that when the author of the work is a subcontractor or a freelancer, the rights in the work are deemed to belong to him/her, and it is essential that an assignment agreement be signed between parties to ensure that you hold the rights to the work.
If you are not the author of the work or it was created in collaboration with several authors, contact Artizyou so that we can assist you in the process. This is a custom service.