Copyright Law: A Practitioner's Guide

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Practising Law Institute, 2001 - Law - 790 pages
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Written by two nationally recognized lawyers, Keller & Cunard's Copyright Law clearly explains the fundamentals of copyright law and how they apply to all media in the "real" and "virtual" worlds. Essential reading for anyone who makes practical judgments in these areas, Copyright Law features firsthand analysis of several of today's groundbreaking copyright cases including: . The Supreme Court's Tasini decision on electronic publishing rights. NFL v. TVRadioNow ("i Crave TV") --the first case to address the legality of Internet TV broadcasting. CNN v. --the first case involving copyrighted content on the wireless web. Washington Post v. Total News --the first case to challenge "framing" and "hyperlinking." Infinity Broadcasting v. Kirkwood --the first case to address retransmissions of copyrighted radio programs over the telephon

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