E-copyright Law Handbook
Wolters Kluwer, 2002 M01 1 - 500 pages
E-Copyright Law Handbook offers more than enough substance for turning even the novice general-practice attorney into a full-bodied copyright specialist. How far do the laws of copyright protection extend in the new digital age? E-Copyright Law Handbook answers this and many other critical questions that impact owners of copyright-protected material. Prepared by a team of successful intellectual property attorneys, the Handbook is a singlevolume guide to focus on copyright technical developments and legal decisions so attorneys can advise clients on how to protect and exploit their digital content online. Concise, easy-to-read, yet comprehensive in scope, the Handbook offers an analysis of E-copyright transactions in computer/software, sound recordings, literary works, motion pictures, television and audio visual works and visual arts. It also covers the elements of copyright infringement.
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