Music and copyright

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Oxford University Press, Oct 27, 2008 - Law - 596 pages
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The highly topical area of copyright law, as applied to music, is widely misunderstood by lawyers, business people, and - perhaps most seriously - the federal judiciary. More than ever, there is a need to understand music infringement issues within the context of copyright litigation. In Music and Copyright, Ron Rosen provides readers with a practical and strategic roadmap to the music-infringement litigation process, beginning with the client's claim or defense and continuing through the selection and use of trial experts, discovery, motion practice, and trial.

Renowned for his expertise and career-long commitment to entertainment, intellectual property, and commercial litigation, Ron Rosen has condensed his experience into an essential guide for anyone involved in music-infringement litigation. Packed with elucidating examples from the author's own practice, Music and Copyright navigates the often thorny terrain between notions of the legal and the musical providing practical advice, case studies, forms, and commentary along the way.

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Contents

Legal and Equitable Defenses
33
Extraterritorial Acts
61
Remedies
63
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

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Ronald S. Rosen is a member of TroyGould in Los Angeles, where he specializes in entertainment, intellectual property (copyright and trademark) and commercial litigation.