International copyright law : U.S. and E.U. perspectives : Text and cases
International copyright law is a complex and evolving field, of manifest and increasing economic significance. Its intellectual challenges derive from the interlocking relationships of multiple international instruments and national or regional laws and judgments.
Print Book, English, 2015
Elgar, Cheltenham [u.a.], 2015
1 vol. (XXVIII-849 p.) : couv. ill. en coul. ; 25 cm
9781783477975, 9781783477999, 1783477970, 1783477997
Contents: 1. History, Structure and Context of International Copyright Law PART I: APPLICABILITY OF INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT AND NEIGBOURING RIGHTS CONVENTIONS 2. From International Conventions to National Laws (or Relations between International and National Norms) 3. Points of Attachment of International Protection PART II: APPLICATION OF INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT AND NEIGHBOURING RIGHTS CONVENTIONS 4. National Treatment and Most-Favored-Nation Treatment 5. Substantive minima 6. Lacunae – Authorship and Ownership PART III: APPLICATION OF NATIONAL NORMS: PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW Introduction to International Private Law and its Application to Copyright and Neighbouring Rights 7. Jurisdiction to Adjudicate (Judicial Competence) 8. Conflict of Laws (Legislative Competence) 9. Recognition of Judgments Index