Associate's Guide to the Practice of Copyright Law
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Associate’s Guide to the Practice of Copyright Law is a practical manual for associates. This product provides key advice for Copyright attorneys, guiding them through what is often the most challenging part of their job: knowing where to find information and what specifically they need to do or know to complete a particular task or assignment in the practice of Copyright Law.
This guide offers practice-oriented advice on critical topics such as:
• what questions to ask a client;
• what research to conduct;
• what elements must be met for various causes of action;
• the potential repercussions for various actions; and
• the proper alternatives to be considered.
It also includes sample documents and pleadings, references to secondary sources and analysis of key cases in copyright law.
Associate’s Guide to the Practice of Copyright Law is a comprehensive and practical guide that delves into the most common copyright issues. It is a valuable tool for both the experienced attorney and new associates, as well as the perfect addition for a firm’s Law Library.
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Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 Brief Introduction
CHAPTER 2 Copyright Registration and Notice
CHAPTER 3 Copyright Licenses and Assignments
CHAPTER 4 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Take-Down Notices and the Copyright Claims Board (CCB)
CHAPTER 5 Demand Letters
CHAPTER 6 Copyright Litigation
CHAPTER 7 United States Customs & International Trade Commission
Table of Cases