Yearbook of Copyright and Media Law: Volume V, 2000 by Eric BarendtYearbook of Copyright and Media Law: Volume V, 2000 by Eric Barendt

Yearbook of Copyright and Media Law: Volume V, 2000

EditorEric Barendt, Alison Firth, Stephen Bate

Hardcover | January 1, 2001

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Up to date and informative, the Yearbook of Copyright and Media Law is now well-established as a key source of information and analysis for all copyright, media and entertainment law professionals. It is is designed to respond to practical developments and problem areas such as the Internetand Multimedia while also making a serious contribution to copyright and media law as a legal discipline. The central feature of the Yearbook is the range of annual surveys prepared by expert practising lawyers. Covering all issues from copyright, trademarks, licensing societies and new technologyto libel, contempt of court and music contracts, the surveys contain considered and thorough analysis of the most recent developments in the UK, the EC, and beyond. The special survey in this yearbook focuses on definitions of film and there are in-depth articles on subjects of particulartopicality such as the Microsoft judgment and the impact of The Human Rights Act and the Data Protection Act.
Eric Barendt is at University College London. Alison Firth is at Queen Mary and Westfield College, London.
Title:Yearbook of Copyright and Media Law: Volume V, 2000Format:HardcoverDimensions:450 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.26 inPublished:January 1, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198299192

ISBN - 13:9780198299196

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Table of Contents

Table of CasesTable of Legislation and TreatiesPART I: ARTICLESRichard Arnold, QC: The Myth of the Auteur: Performers as AuthorsDr Uma Suthersanen: Collectivism of Copyright:The Future of Rights Management in the European UnionPerry Keller: Rules Without Law: Media Regulation in ChinaBirgit Brommekamp: The Human Rights Act 1998 in Comparison To the Protection of Privacy and Personality in GermanyAndrew T Kenyon: Defamatory Meaning: Pleading and Practice in New South WalesMichael Tugendhat QC: The Data Protection Act 1998 and the MediaIan Cram: Young Persons, Criminal Proceedings and Open Justice - A Comparative PerspectiveGary Lea: Everdecreasing Circles? The Crisis in Standards Setting in the Wake of US v MicrosoftSpyros Maniatis: New Bottles But No Wine: Economic TrademarkPART II: SPECIAL SURVEYAlison Firth: Film, Cine and Audi-Visual Works: Questions of DefinitionPART III: ANNUAL SURVEYSJulia Palca: International Developments in Copyright LawJohn Enser, James Clayton, Richard Sprawson, Michelle Brown: Developments Related to MusicStephen Bate: Copyright/Practice, Procedure and RemediesJohn Enser: New Media and InternetJohn Enser and James Clayton: Substantive CopyrightSpyros Maniatis: Trademark and Passing Off CasesStephen Bate, Sam Szlezinger, David Aitman: EC and UK Competition DevelopmentsTony Ballard: Main Developments in the Field of Broadcasting LawThe Rt Hon Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC, Natalia Schiffrin, Suzanne Turner: The European Convention on Human Rights and Media LawRichard Shillito and Eric Barendt: Libel LawHeather Rogers and Andrew Nicol QC: Reporting Restrictions and ContemptPart IV Review of BooksEditor Thomas Gibbons: M. Feintuck: Media Regulation, Public Interest and the LawP. Kearns: The Legal Concept of ArtC. D. G. Pickering: Trade Marks in Theory and PracticesRobert C. Psot (ed.) of Cultural Regulation: Censorship and Silencing: PracticesB. Sherman and L. Bently: The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law

Editorial Reviews

`it's a good book covering a whole host of subjects linked by the common themes of copyright and the media ... This book would make a useful addition to the shelves for quick and easy reference to facts and recent developments in the areas of media law, balanced by thoughtful conclusions.'Amber Melville-Brown, Law Society Gazette, 17/2/00