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Performer's Rights, 5th edn

Performer's Rights, 5th edn

by Arnold
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Performers' Rights is the definitive text on the protection of performers rights in their works.This timely new edition takes into account the implementation of the EC Copyright Directive into UK law, and fully considers its impact on performers' rights. It also includes major developments in case law, such as the SENA v NOS decision of the ECJ on equitable remuneration, the Experience Hendrix v PPX decision of the Court of Appeal on damages for breach of contract, and Court of Appeal decision in Beckingham v Hodgens on a performer's authorship of copyright.It covers the impact of the Internet (including Napster and the growth of file sharing) and looks in detail at areas of increased importance since the last edition, such as collecting societies and equitable remuneration. A new chapter on performers' contracts deals with the terms relating to consent to exploitation and the contrasting requirements of performers and exploiters.* New edition of the leading text on the protection of performers' rights* Thoroughly updated to cover new legislation, case law and the impact of the Internet* New chapter examines performer's contracts - an area of huge practical importance* Extensive international coverage reflecting the fact that practitioners are often called upon to advise on international rights issues

Categories: International Titles, Other Laws
Publisher: Thomson Reuters South Asia Private Limited
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Thomson Reuters is one of the world’s most trusted providers of answers, helping professionals make confident decisions and run better businesses. Thomson Reuters, India, Legal is a part of this group and publishes legal content covering a spectrum of topics by leading experts and professionals in this domain. Newgen, a contracting affiliate of Thomson Reuters, India, Legal produces and promotes these publications on their behalf across South East Asia. 

Author: Arnold

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About Book:

Performers' Rights is the definitive text on the protection of performers rights in their works.This timely new edition takes into account the implementation of the EC Copyright Directive into UK law, and fully considers its impact on performers' rights. It also includes major developments in case law, such as the SENA v NOS decision of the ECJ on equitable remuneration, the Experience Hendrix v PPX decision of the Court of Appeal on damages for breach of contract, and Court of Appeal decision in Beckingham v Hodgens on a performer's authorship of copyright.It covers the impact of the Internet (including Napster and the growth of file sharing) and looks in detail at areas of increased importance since the last edition, such as collecting societies and equitable remuneration. A new chapter on performers' contracts deals with the terms relating to consent to exploitation and the contrasting requirements of performers and exploiters.* New edition of the leading text on the protection of performers' rights* Thoroughly updated to cover new legislation, case law and the impact of the Internet* New chapter examines performer's contracts - an area of huge practical importance* Extensive international coverage reflecting the fact that practitioners are often called upon to advise on international rights issues

Categories: International Titles, Other Laws
Publisher: Thomson Reuters South Asia Private Limited
About Publisher:

Thomson Reuters is one of the world’s most trusted providers of answers, helping professionals make confident decisions and run better businesses. Thomson Reuters, India, Legal is a part of this group and publishes legal content covering a spectrum of topics by leading experts and professionals in this domain. Newgen, a contracting affiliate of Thomson Reuters, India, Legal produces and promotes these publications on their behalf across South East Asia. 

Author: Arnold

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