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by Jane C. Ginsburg,Robert A. Gorman

ePub Copyright Cases and Materials download
Author:
Jane C. Ginsburg,Robert A. Gorman
ISBN13:
978-1599410388
ISBN:
1599410389
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Publisher:
Foundation Press; 7TH edition (July 19, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Intellectual Property
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1975 kb
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The book presents up to the minute materials ncluding key decisions of the Supreme Court dealing both with new technologies and with the more "traditional" issues in the field.

by. Robert A. Gorman, Jane C. Ginsburg. The book presents up to the minute materials ncluding key decisions of the Supreme Court dealing both with new technologies and with the more "traditional" issues in the field.

Cases & Materials on Labor Law. Robert A Gorman. Professor Jane C Ginsburg.

1979) Forward v. Thorogood, 985 . d 604 (1st Cir. 1993). 2. Subject-Matter I: Core Requirements Gorman, Ginsburg & Reese Pages 76-87, 91-94, 111-123 Magic Marketing v. Mailing Services of Pittsburgh, 634 F. Supp.

By (author) Professor Jane C Ginsburg, By (author) R Anthony Reese, By (author) Robert A Gorman.

Pages 1335-1379 MDY Indus. LLC, v. Blizzard Entertainment, In. 629 . d 928 (9th Cir. 2010) Realnetworks, Inc. v. Streambox, In. 2000 WL 127311 (.

by Robert A. Ginsburg, R. Anthony Reese. ISBN 9781599419626 (978-1-59941-962-6) Softcover, Foundation Press, 2011. by Robert A.

Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts, Vol. 26, No. 1, 2002. Jane C. Ginsburg (Contact Author).

Jane C Ginsburg, Robert A Gorman.

With stimulating questions, comprehensive notes, and teachable and well edited cases as its hallmarks, this is the authoritative law school casebook for the study of copyright law. The book presents up to the minute materials ncluding key decisions of the Supreme Court dealing both with new technologies and with the more "traditional" issues in the field. The increasingly important issue of secondary liability is represented by the Court s 2005 decision in MGM Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd., as well as by other cases dealing with internet service providers. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and particularly its provisions on technological protection measures, are also covered, through well-selected cases and textual treatment. There is also discussion of the cutting-edge issues arising from the delivery of music recordings and motion pictures on the internet, both legally and illegally, and the implications for the statute s complex compulsory-license provisions. A fully revised and updated chapter on Fair Use traces the application of that doctrine in both the digital and the more traditional contexts. The Supreme Court decision in Eldred v. Ashcroft on the extension of the copyright term, and its progeny in the lower courts, are also addressed. Expanded attention is also given to other emerging constitutional issues, particularly Congress s power to enact copyright-like legislation under the Commerce Clause. Other topics include the increasingly demanding judicial attitude toward copyright formalities, protection for government-authored and incorporated works, preemption of state law and international issues. There will also be more photographs illustrating current cases dealing with originality and infringement. The casebook will continue its position as the outstanding book in the field comprehensive and thorough, and stimulating and enjoyable for both teacher and students
  • The 7th edition is an excellent text-reference on copyright. Footnotes and end-of-chapter questions add significant value to the treatment. Photos are poorly reproduced in this volume, but adequate to convey the intended arguments.

    Supplementary materials to this volume could be useful, but not evaluated here.

    Wide page margins provide for easy note taking.

  • Perfect everything!!! No complaints!

  • It is always annoying to find out where the cases are located in a huge text book (esp. during the open book exam time). But we can never avoid such procedures of finding pages, brief cases, blah....as long as we want to stay as a law student. In the same context, it is enevitable to keep up with the new cases...sigh. As Gorman case & material text book is one of the best on the copyrihgt, this suppliment is MUST for law students studying intellectual property laws.