Edited by Paul Torremans
This second edition is a timely presentation of the state-of-the-art in copyright research. Copyright law is currently at the centre of many debates and the subject of substantive new developments. The new edition of the Research Handbook captures these fast moving developments and goes far beyond a mere update of the chapters. All of the topical chapters are completely new and the authors have been chosen for their expertise and excellence in the areas concerned. Research Handbook on Copyright Law offers global coverage, both in terms of substance and in terms of author expertise, and maps both the present and future of the discipline. It will prove an invaluable research tool for all those involved in copyright research who wish to keep up with the pace at which this area of law is evolving.
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- Research Handbook on Copyright Law
- Chapter 1: Walking the copyright tightrope
- Chapter 2: Copyright history as book history: the law in multidisciplinary context
- Chapter 3: Originality under EU copyright law
- Chapter 4: When the Court of Justice of the European Union sets about defining exclusive rights: copyright quo vadis?
- Chapter 5: The right of ‘communication to the public’ in the European Union
- Chapter 6: The WIPO right of making available
- Chapter 7: Enforcing the EU right of communication to the public in cases of ubiquitous infringement
- Chapter 8: Invitation for a ‘Europeanification’ of moral rights
- Chapter 9: Does only compulsory collective management guarantee that an author actually receives his resale right?
- Chapter 10: The remuneration of authors and performers in copyright contract law
- Chapter 11: Sampling of sound recordings in the United States and Germany: revival of a discussion on musical creativity
- Chapter 12: The borderless online user: carving up the market for online and streaming services
- Chapter 13: Private copying exception and payment of fair compensation: EU case-law
- Chapter 14: Who owns the rights to works created within universities and public research organizations? A Spanish case study
- Chapter 15: Who owns the orphans? Property in digital cultural heritage assets
- Chapter 16: Copyright in works reproduced and published online by search engines
- Chapter 17: Collective management and exclusive rights: friends or foes?
- Chapter 18: Copyright and related rights: outlining a case for European morality/public policy exclusion
- Chapter 19: Copyright, contemporary intangible cultural heritage and freedom of expression: mapping the terrain
- Chapter 20: Albanian copyright law and compliance with EU legislation
- Chapter 21: Copyright infringement in Vietnam: recognizing the reasons and suggesting some solutions
- Chapter 22: Can copyright law be transplanted? Vietnam’s experiences with droit d’auteur, 1864–1975
- Chapter 23: Copyright jurisdiction under EU private international law
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