Global Issues in Copyright Law
This book enables professors to incorporate international and comparative law perspectives into the basic copyright course by serving as a companion text to accompany any of the basic copyright law casebooks. The materials are drawn from a variety of common law and civil law systems. Among the topics covered are copyrightable subject matter, authorship and ownership determinations, moral rights, rental and lending rights, fair use/fair dealing, contributory liability, and first sale/exhaustion of rights. All readings are accompanied by supplementary notes and questions designed to facilitate comparisons and stimulate policy discussions.
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Copyright, common law, civil, subject, matter, authorship, ownership, moral rights, rental, lending, fair use, fair dealing, contributory, liability, sale, exhaustion
Intellectual Property Law
LaFrance, Mary, "Global Issues in Copyright Law" (2009). Books. 41.