Copyright Termination and Recapture Laws: Good Intentions Gone Awry
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Art is in the eye of the beholder, but the protection of the rights of artists and other creators is in the eye of the legislator.
Copyright Termination and Recapture Laws describes the history of Congressional efforts to give creators of copyright protected works an opportunity to renegotiate transfer agreements and related licensing agreements, first via a two-term system under the 1909 Act, and then via a termination and recapture system under the 1976 Act. This book extensively evaluates the policy and legislative evolution, and provides thoughtful guidance on how practitioners can create, submit, and effectively prosecute termination requests under current law.
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