As a comprehensive analysis of how core copyright law concepts and principles function in today's fragmented copyright legal system, this book has no peers. Its detailed treatment of numerous specific instruments and regimes, as well as its insightful approaches to the future of international copyright lawmaking, will prove to be of immeasurable value to lawyers, judges, policymakers, academics and researchers working in the field of copyright law.
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Introduction / Tatiana Eleni Synodinou Part I. Regional copyright law harmonization EU, BC, WCT : the compatibility of EU copyright law with the International acquis in the Berne Convention, TRIPS and WCT / Antoon A. Quaedvlieg The creeping unification of copyright in Europe / P. Bernt Hugenholtz Globalization of collective rights management and the role of national CMOs / Rudolf Leška US (non)compliance with its international copyright obligations under Berne, TRIPS and the 1996 WIPO copyright treaties / Jane C. Ginsburg Is the US Fair Use Doctrine compatible with Berne and TRIPS obligations? / Pamela Samuelson & Kathryn Hashimoto The compatibility of Canada's copyright law with the Berne Convention / Ysolde Gendreau Evolutions of copyright law in Africa : compatibility with international norms and directions / Marisella Ouma Copyright pluralism or universalism in the digital knowledge economy in Asia and Australasia / Daniel Seng & Shaun Lim Bilateral trade and investment agreements and the harmonization of copyright law at international level : lessons to be learned from the TTIP / Christophe Geiger Part II. Pluralism or universalism in international copyright law making Berne Convention : the epicenter of universalism or the contrary? / Dionysia Kallinikou Universality or diversity? : the WIPO role and strategy in international copyright lawmaking / Jørgen Blomqvist Toward a new Berne Convention / Daniel Gervais Pluralism and universalism in international copyright law : the role of an international acquis / Graeme B. Dinwoodie Part III. International copyright law acquis The author's exclusive rights according to the Berne Plus-Plus Copyright Framework, their adaptation to new technical and societal challenges and the limits of such adaptation / Michel M. Walter The moral interests of authors as universal signs of the law of autonomy : and their plural recognition within or outside copyright law / Alain Strowel Toward an international common core of exceptions and limitations? / Raquel Xalabarder International fragmentation of copyright duration : the only place where The Little Prince and Anne Frank grow old / Séverine Dusollier Part IV. Global copyright enforcement in the digital era Intermediary liability in a global world / Matthias Leistner How Europe wants to redefine global online copyright enforcement / Martin Husovec Dangers and challenges of copyright law's segmentation in the digital era from a private international law perspective / Paul L.C. Torremans Part V. Gaps in the international copyright law acquis Authorship in international copyright law /Tatiana Eleni Synodinou Nonoriginal databases and works of applied art as nonharmonized matter in international copyright law : what lessons can be learned? / Estelle Derclaye Copyright contract law / Agnès Lucas-Schloetter Soft law : a plural right, open to universality? : the example of the fight against counterfeiting / Alexandra Bensamoun Part VI. Human rights and international copyright law Universalism, pluralism or isolationism? : the relationship between authors' rights and creators' human rights / Jonathan Griffiths Access to works protected by copyright law / Philippe Jougleux Universal measures in the service of global challenges : proportionality, blocking orders, and online intermediaries as hybrid bodies / Orit Fischman Afori.
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