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Consulted by more courts on the fundamental issue of copyright ability, Goldstein on Copyright by Paul Goldstein has become the definitive practice tool for today's intellectual property practitioner.

Goldstein gives you immediate, reliable access to expert legal guidance so critical in traversing new and unfamiliar copyright law territory. More than any resource in the field, Goldstein on Copyright emphasizes emerging issues in information and entertainment technologies -- to keep you on the cutting edge of copyright law.

From determining whether protection is deciding whether there has been an infringement to analyzing all possible defenses and remedies, you'll have the clear, definitive guidance you need to preserve your clients' intellectual property rights in the new technological age.

Whether you're involved in securing, protecting, acquiring, selling, transferring, or licensing copyrights, anywhere in the world, consult the authority for:

  • In-depth analysis of copyright's extension to emerging digital technologies, including the still unsettled question of third party liability in a digital world
  • Exhaustive coverage of the myriad new court decisions on copyright infringement of computer software
  • An entire section analyzing all aspects of judicial interpretation of copyright assignments and licenses
  • In-depth discussion of Lanham Act Section 43(a)'s revolutionary development, filling in the gaps in traditional copyright protection
  • Extensive coverage of secondary liability — contributory infringement and vicarious liability — critically important issues in marketing environments (especially the Internet)
  • And much more

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