Understanding Copyright Law

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Lexis Nexis Matthew Bender, Jan 1, 1995 - Law - 400 pages
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The primary focus of this comprehensive text is on the Copyright Act of 1976 & the developing case law in our digital age & networked environment. Copyright law is presented in its institutional, economic & historical contexts. Its relationship with other areas of intellectual property law is explored. explores the latest statutory changes, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, & the Sonny Bono Term Extension Act recently passed by Congress. This highly effective text provides students with the necessary background & current doctrine to analyze copyright problems properly.

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