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Co-ordinating global and country-by-country analyses of international copyright law, this text explains, step-by-step, the issues that arise when a work or other media production crosses borders, and how national laws and treaties, from the Berne Convention to TRIPS, govern these issues in real cases. A chapter on the European Community looks at: how EC law affects the exploitation of national rights - distribution, licensing and collection; EC directives shaping European statutory revisions; and the impact of the Phil Collins decision and the Term Directive on the public domain. National chapters on more than 20 major laws of copyright and related rights discuss: what is protected; how long; ownership; foreign claims; rights; procedures; and remedies. Jurisdictions covered include: Argentina; Australia; Belgium; Brazil; Canada; People's Republic of China; Czech Republic; France; Germany; Greece; Hong Kong; Hungary; India; Israel; Italy; Japan; Netherlands; Poland; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; United Kingdom; Korea; and the US. The text is updated annually and the price quoted includes one year's worth of service.
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Book Description Lexis Nexis Matthew Bender, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0820513997