|Book||Garnett Moral Rights||08/10/2010||9780421729407||$341.00|
This unique new information source provides comparative analysis of moral rights in more than 25 major jurisdictions around the world including France, Germany, Russia, India, China, Japan, USA and Brazil. The history and theory behind moral rights and their international development are described together with an in-depth explanation of moral rights in UK law.
Including areas such as copyright, the paternity right, the right to privacy and transmission of moral rights, this book provides a practical and comparative approach to a topic about which little has been written.
- Enables comparison of moral rights protection in established civil law jurisdictions with those in common law countries
- Features a table outlining the extent of moral rights across the rest of the world
- Contains the relevant parts of legislation and treaties for easy reference
- Includes a detailed bibliography.
- Part One: The nature and origins of moral rights. The international development of moral rights. Moral rights in international instruments. Moral rights in regional conventions.
- Part Two: Moral rights in the United Kingdom. Historical treatment of UK protection down to CDPA 1988, plus outline of subsequent amendments. Introduction. The concept of a copyright work. The concept of authorship in relation to a copyright work. The concept of a performer.
- Part Three: Treatment of moral rights in other jurisdictions; Belgium; France, Germany, Greece, Italy, The Netherlands; The Nordic Countries (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden); Portugal; Spain; Switzerland; Russia; Australia; Canada; China (and Hong Kong); India; Israel; Japan; Latin America (Argentina, Brazil and Mexico); USA; Rest of World.
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