9780195128857

International Copyright Principles, Law, and Practice

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  • Copyright: 2001-01-18
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Summary

This is an indispensable one-volume reference for practitioners andscholars of international copyright. It is a unique synthesis of copyrightpractice and law, taking into account the Bern Convention of 1989, the TRIPsAgreement concluded five years later, and the advent of the Internet. Majortopics include the principles that underlie the common law and civil law ofcopyright and author's right and the international treaty arrangements that bindthem together; the international and comparative law of copyright, author'sright, and neighboring rights; and the governing rules of private internationallaw that regulate litigation and transactional practice in the area.

Author Biography


Paul Goldstein is the Lillick Professor of Law at Stanford University. He is the author of Copyright, Patent, Trademark and Related State Doctrines (Revised Fourth Edition, 1999); the four-volume treatise, Copyright (Second Edition, 1996); and Copyright's Highway (1995).

Table of Contents

Abbreviations xix
PART ONE: PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT
The Legal Traditions
3(10)
The Copyright Tradition
5(3)
The Traditions of Author's Right and Neighboring Rights
8(5)
Author's Right
8(2)
Neighboring Rights
10(3)
The Norms of International Copyright
13(48)
Copyright Treaties
14(22)
Bilateral Copyright Treaties
16(3)
Multilateral Copyright Treaties
19(1)
The Berne Convention
19(9)
The Universal Copyright Convention
28(4)
The WIPO Copyright Treaty
32(2)
Regional Copyright Arrangements
34(1)
Inter-American Copyright Agreements
34(1)
The European Union
35(1)
Neighboring Rights Treaties
36(11)
International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations (Rome Convention)
37(1)
History
37(1)
Protection of Performers
38(1)
Protection of Producers of Phonograms
39(1)
Protection of Broadcasters
39(1)
Conditions and Exceptions
40(1)
Institutional and Structural Provisions
40(1)
Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms (Geneva Phonograms Convention)
41(1)
WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty
42(2)
Convention Relating to the Distribution of Programme-Carrying Signals Transmitted by Satellite (Brussels Satellite Convention)
44(3)
Trade Arrangements
47(14)
North American Free Trade Agreement
48(1)
Conditions of Protection
48(2)
Subject Matter
50(1)
Ownership and Term
51(1)
Rights and Remedies
51(1)
TRIPs Agreement
52(1)
History
52(3)
Conditions for Protection
55(1)
Subject Matter, Ownership, and Term
56(2)
Rights and Remedies
58(3)
Territoriality, National Treatment, and Choice of Law
61(62)
The Territoriality Principle
63(9)
Territoriality in International Law
64(1)
Territoriality in Copyright Law
65(1)
Where Acts of Infringement Occur in More than One Country
66(3)
Where Elements of Infringement Occur in More than One Country
69(2)
Where Acts Defeating Protection Occur Outside the Protecting Country
71(1)
National Treatment
72(17)
The Trade Economics of National Treatment
75(2)
``Works'' Subject to National Treatment
77(1)
Berne Convention
77(2)
TRIPs Agreement
79(1)
``Rights'' Subject to National Treatment
80(1)
Berne Convention
81(3)
TRIPs Agreement
84(1)
Most-Favored-Nation Requirement
84(1)
``Works'' Subject to Most-Favored-Nation Requirement
85(1)
``Rights'' Subject to National Treatment
86(1)
Exemptions from Coverage
87(2)
Choice of Forum and Choice of Law
89(34)
Choice of Forum in Copyright Cases with Foreign Elements
90(1)
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
91(4)
Forum Non Conveniens
95(3)
Contractual Choice of Forum
98(1)
Choice of Law in Copyright Cases with Foreign Elements
99(1)
Where No Contract Prescribes Applicable Law
99(8)
Law of the Contract as Applicable Law
107(16)
PART TWO: PROTECTION OF FOREIGN WORKS UNDER DOMESTIC LAW
Protectibility of Foreign Works
123(34)
Protectibility of U.S. Works in Other Countries
124(23)
Copyright
126(1)
Berne Convention
126(7)
Universal Copyright Convention
133(2)
Other Copyright Treaties
135(1)
What Treaty Governs?
136(7)
Neighboring Rights
143(1)
International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organizations (Rome Convention)
143(3)
Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms (Geneva Phonograms Convention)
146(1)
Protectibility of Foreign Works in the United States
147(10)
Unpublished Works
148(1)
Published Works
149(1)
Nationality or Domicile
150(1)
Place of Publication
151(1)
Presidential Proclamation
152(1)
Place of Fixation
153(1)
U.N. and O.A.S. Works
154(1)
Retroactive Protection for Works Lacking a Point of Attachment
154(1)
Moral Rights and Neighboring Rights
155(2)
Protection Under Copyright and Neighboring Rights
157(436)
Subject Matter
157(46)
Literary and Artistic Works
159(1)
Protectible Subject Matter
160(24)
Unprotectible Subject Matter
184(3)
Formalities
187(9)
Fixation
196(1)
Performances, Phonograms (Sound Recordings), Broadcasts, and Other Productions
197(2)
Performances
199(1)
Phonograms
200(1)
Broadcasts
201(1)
Formalities
202(1)
Ownership
203(27)
Original Ownership
205(1)
Individual Authorship
205(2)
Collaborative (Joint) Authorship
207(2)
Collective Works
209(1)
Works Made for Hire
210(2)
Audiovisual Works (Including Cinematographic Works)
212(5)
Ownership by Transfer
217(3)
Limitations and Construction of Transfers
220(5)
Formalities and Priorities
225(3)
Collecting Organizations
228(2)
Term
230(16)
Term of Protection Under Treaties and National Law
231(1)
Copyright
231(5)
Neighboring Rights
236(2)
Comparison of Terms
238(1)
Berne Convention
238(4)
Universal Copyright Convention
242(1)
E.C. Term Directive
243(2)
Retroactivity
245(1)
Rights
246(46)
Economic Rights
247(2)
Copyright
249(25)
Neighboring Rights
274(7)
Auxiliary Rights: Copyright Protection Systems
281(2)
Moral Rights
283(2)
Right of Paternity
285(2)
Right of Integrity
287(2)
Right of Divulgation
289(1)
Right of Withdrawal
290(1)
Limitation and Waiver of Moral Rights
291(1)
Exemptions, Statutory Licenses, and Other Limitations on Exclusive Rights
292(28)
Reproduction and Adaptation Rights
296(1)
Private Uses
297(3)
Public Uses
300(4)
Incidental Uses
304(2)
Exhaustion (First Sale)
306(2)
Other Exemptions
308(1)
Statutory Licenses (Equitable Remuneration)
309(6)
Performance, Broadcast, and Communication Rights
315(1)
Instructional and Other Nonprofit Uses
316(1)
Incidental Uses
317(1)
Cable Retransmission
318(1)
Misuse and Abuse of Copyright
319(1)
Remedies
320(11)
Coercive Remedies
321(1)
Temporary Remedies
321(2)
Permanent Remedies
323(2)
Monetary Remedies
325(2)
Criminal Sanctions
327(4)
Appendix
A1. International Copyright Relations of the United States
331(10)
A2. Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works [Paris Text, 1971]
341(27)
A3. Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works [Brussels Text, 1948]
368(12)
A4. Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works [Rome Text, 1928]
380(9)
A5. Parties to the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works
389(6)
A6. Universal Copyright Convention [Paris Text, 1971]
395(15)
A7. Universal Copyright Convention [Geneva Text, 1952]
410(10)
A8. Parties to the Universal Copyright Convention (1952), Revised at Paris (1971)
420(3)
A9. WIPO Copyright Treaty [with Agreed Statements Concerning the WIPO Copyright Treaty]
423(9)
A10. Parties to the WIPO Copyright Treaty [Geneva, 1996]
432(1)
A11. WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty [with Agreed Statements Concerning the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty]
433(12)
A12. Parties to the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty [Geneva, 1996]
445(1)
A13. International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations [Rome Convention]
446(9)
A14. Parties to the International Convention for the Protection of Performers, Producers of Phonograms and Broadcasting Organisations [Rome Convention, 1961]
455(2)
A15. Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms of October 29, 1971 [Geneva Phonograms Convention]
457(4)
A16. Parties to the Convention for the Protection of Producers of Phonograms Against Unauthorized Duplication of Their Phonograms [Geneva Phonograms Convention, 1971]
461(1)
A17. Convention Relating to the Distribution of Programme-Carrying Signals Transmitted by Satellite [Brussels Satellite Convention]
462(4)
A18. Parties to the Convention Relating to the Distribution of Programme-Carrying Signals Transmitted by Satellite [Brussels Satellite Convention, 1974]
466(1)
A19. Treaty on the International Registration of Audiovisual Works [and Regulations]
467(14)
A20 Parties to the Treaty on the International Registration of Audiovisual Works [Film Register Treaty, Geneva, 1989]
481(1)
A21. Buenos Aires Convention
482(3)
A22. Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, Including Trade in Counterfeit Goods
485(31)
A23. Membership of the World Trade Organization
516(2)
A24. North American Free Trade Agreement, Intellectual Property Provisions
518(20)
A25. E.C. Directive on the Legal Protection of Computer Programs
538(7)
A26. E.C. Directive on Rental Right and Lending Right and on Certain Rights Related to Copyright in the Field of Intellectual Property
545(8)
A27. E.C. Directive on the Coordination of Certain Rules Concerning Copyright and Rights Related to Copyright Applicable to Satellite Broadcasting and Cable Retransmission
553(11)
A28. E.C. Directive Harmonizing the Term of Protection of Copyright and Certain Related Rights
564(7)
A29. E.C. Directive on the Legal Protection of Databases
571(12)
A30. Directive on the Legal Protection of Designs
583(10)
Table of Cases 593(4)
Subject Index 597

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