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The Eighth Edition of Copyright Law is the the first in the field to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Statute of Anne. Copyright Law provides a short introduction to each chapter comparing current provisions of U.S. law with relevant aspects of the first Anglo-American copyright act. Organized in a straightforward way and dealing comprehensively...
The Eighth Edition of Copyright Law is the the first in the field to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Statute of Anne. Copyright Law provides a short introduction to each chapter comparing current provisions of U.S. law with relevant aspects of the first Anglo-American copyright act. Organized in a straightforward way and dealing comprehensively with technology and the globalization of copyright law, notable features of the Eighth Edition include:All recent enactments are covered, along with treatment of current legislative topics such as The Prioritizing Resources and Organization for Intellectual Property (""PRO-IP"") Act of 2008; The Vessel Hull Design Protection Amendments of 2008; and The Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009.The annually revised cumulative supplement for Copyright Law includes the following material:Part One contains the Copyright Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the current version of Title 17, the Copyright Act of 1909, and references to related material;Part Two provides a rich assortment of international materials, including the Berne Convention and the Berne Convention Implementation Act of 1988, NAFTA, GATT / TRIPS, the treaty texts adopted by the World Intellectual Property Organization in December 1996, and the European Union Internet Copyright Directive;Part Three collects excerpted legislative histories of interest to teachers and students of modern copyright law;Part Four is reserved for textual updates and new case law developments; andPart Five contains a Cumulative Bibliography of important secondary materials on copyright (and related bodies of law).
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