Japanese copyright law reform: introduction of the mysterious Anglo-American fair use doctrine or an EU style divine intervention via competition law?

Sudo, M. and Newman, S. 2014. Japanese copyright law reform: introduction of the mysterious Anglo-American fair use doctrine or an EU style divine intervention via competition law? Intellectual Property Quarterly.

TitleJapanese copyright law reform: introduction of the mysterious Anglo-American fair use doctrine or an EU style divine intervention via competition law?
AuthorsSudo, M. and Newman, S.
JournalIntellectual Property Quarterly
ISSN1364-906X
Year2014
PublisherSweet & Maxwell Ltd.
Web address (URL)https://www.academia.edu/6711861/Sudo_and_Newman_-_IPQ_2014_-_Japanese_Copyright_Law_Reform
Publication dates
Published2014

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