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The 2009 Supplement to the Seventh Edition features recent decisions and administrative and legislative developments.

Table of Contents

Table of Casesp. ix
Copyrightable Subject Matterp. 1
In Generalp. 1
Original Works of Authorshipp. 1
Fixation in Tangible Formp. 1
Problem?p. 7
The ôIdea/Expression Dichotomyöp. 7
Situation Management Systems, Inc. v. ASP Consulting LLCp. 7
Facts and Compilationsp. 9
Factual Narrativesp. 9
Compilationsp. 9
New York Mercantile Exchange, Inc. v. IntercontinentalEx-change, Inc.p. 9
Pictorial, Graphic and Sculptural Worksp. 10
2p. 10
What is a ôUseful Articleö?p. 11
Architectural Worksp. 12
Charactersp. 14
Government Works and Other Public Policy Issuesp. 14
Ownershipp. 16
Initial Ownershipp. 16
Authorship as an Economic Concept: Works Made for Hirep. 16
Employee-Created Worksp. 16
Authorship as an Intellectual Concept: Joint Worksp. 16
Transfer of Copyright Ownershipp. 19
Divisibility and Formal Requirementsp. 19
Scope of Grantp. 20
Jacobsen v. Katzerp. 21
Duration and Renewal, and Termination of Transfersp. 24
Duration and Renewalp. 24
The Policy Debatep. 24
Copyright Duration Under the 1976 Act, as amended in 1998...p. 24
1976 Act Treatment of Works First Published Under the 1909 Actp. 24
Golan u. Gonzalesp. 28
Questionp. 40
Termination of Transfersp. 40
Milne ex. rel. Coyne v. Stephen Slesinger, Incp. 40
Classic Media, Inc. u. Mewbornp. 41
Penguin Group (USA) Inc. v. Steinbeckp. 41
Questionsp. 44
Siegel v. Warner Bros. Entertainment Incp. 45
Formalitiesp. 72
Publication and Notice Before the 1976 Actp. 72
1976 Act Solutions as to Publication and Noticep. 72
ôPublicationö: Definition and Contextsp. 72
The Notice Requirementp. 73
Deposit and Registrationp. 73
Registrationp. 73
Procedurep. 73
Effect of Registrationp. 73
Further Policy Considerationsp. 73
Exclusive Rights Under Copyrightp. 79
The Right to Reproduce the Work in Copies and Phonorecords Under   106(1)p. 79
The Right to Make Copiesp. 79
What is a ôCopyö?p. 79
Cartoon Network LP v. CSC Holdings, Incp. 81
Questionsp. 89
Proving Infringementp. 90
The Right to Make Phonorecordsp. 94
Musical Compositions: The Compulsory License Under   115.p. 94
Reproduction Rights in Sound Recordingsp. 96
The Right to Prepare Derivative Works Under   106(2).p. 96
The Scope of the Derivative Works Rightp. 96
Limitations on the Derivative Works Rightp. 97
Moral Rightsp. 97
Federal Law Protection of Moral Rightsp. 97
Phillips v. Pembroke Real Estate, Incp. 99
Questionsp. 111
The Right to Distribute Under   106(3)p. 111
The Purpose and Application of the Distribution Rightp. 111
Questionp. 120
The First Sale Doctrine (Exhaustion of the Distribution Right) and its Exceptionsp. 120
The   602(a) Importation Right, and its Relationship to the Distribution Rightp. 123
Rights of Public Performance and Display Under   106(4), (5), (6)p. 124
ôPublicö Performances Under the 1976 Actp. 124
Cartoon Network LP v. CSC Holdings, Incp. 124
Questions.p. 130
Performing Rights Societiesp. 130
The Right of Public Displayp. 131
Perfect 10, Inc. v. Amazon.com, Inc.p. 132
Questionsp. 134
The Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings ... and its Limitationsp. 135
Further Limitations on the Rights of Public Performance and Displayp. 136
The Section 110(5) Exemptionp. 136
Compatibility With the Berne Convention of Compulsory Licenses and Other Qualifications of the Performance and Display Rightsp. 136
General Review Questionsp. 136
Fair Usep. 138
The Application of the Fair Use Doctrine to the Creation of New Worksp. 138
Blanch v. Koonsp. 138
Questionsp. 141
Warner Bros. v. RDR Booksp. 141
Warner Bros. v. RDR Booksp. 142
Questionp. 143
Clean Flicks of Colo. v. Soderberghp. 143
The Application of the Fair Use Doctrine to New Technologies of Copying and Disseminationp. 144
Photocopying by Commercial and Noncommercial Intermediaries.p. 144
Digital Copying by Commercial Intermediariesp. 147
Perfect 10, Inc. v. Amazon.com, Incp. 147
Questionsp. 151
Copying by End Usersp. 151
Secondary Liabilityp. 157
General Principlesp. 157
Perfect 10, Inc. v. Visa International Service Associationp. 157
Facilitation of Infringement by End-usersp. 179
Questionp. 179
Secondary Liability of Internet Service Providersp. 185
Perfect 10, Inc. v. CCBill LLCp. 185
Conclusionp. 196
Questionsp. 198
Lenz v. Universal Music Corpp. 198
Questionp. 200
Enforcement of Copyrightp. 201
Remediesp. 201
Injunctionsp. 201
Jacobsen v. Katzerp. 201
Questionsp. 201
Damagesp. 202
Costs and Attorney's Feesp. 203
Statute of Limitationsp. 203
Criminal Liabilityp. 204
Technological Protection Measuresp. 204
Protection Against Circumventionp. 204
Copyright Management Informationp. 209
McClatchey u. APp. 209
Textile Secrets International, Inc. v. Ya-Ya Brand Incp. 210
Associated Press v. All Headline Newsp. 218
Overenforcement: Misusep. 219
Federal Preemption of State Lawp. 220
Copyright Preemption under Section 301 of the 1976 Actp. 220
Works Coming within the Subject Matter of Copyrightp. 220
Laws v. Sonyp. 220
Rights Equivalent to Copyrightp. 221
Misappropriationp. 221
Associated Press v. All Headline Newsp. 221
International Dimensions of Copyrightp. 223
U.S-Based Copyright Actions with an International Dimensionp. 223
When U.S. Courts Exercise Jurisdiction over Claims Presenting Extraterritorial Elements, What Law Appliesp. 223
-To Infringements Occurring, at Least in Part, Beyond U.S. Bordersp. 223
Recognition of Foreign Copyright Judgmentsp. 224
SARL Louis Feraud v. Viewfinderp. 224
Questionsp. 229
The Copyright Act of 1976p. 231
The 1909 Copyright Act (Excerpts)p. 459
Regulations of the U.S. Copyright Officep. 471
Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Worksp. 473
Universal Copyright Convention, as Revised at Paris, 1971 (Excerpts)p. 485
Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (Excerpts)p. 493
World Intellectual Property Organization Copyright Treaty (Excerpts)p. 501
World Intellectual Property Organization Performances and Phonograms Treaty (Excerpts)p. 507
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