The development of copyright and moral rights in the European legal systems

Newman, S. 2011. The development of copyright and moral rights in the European legal systems. European Intellectual Property Review. 33 (11), pp. 677-689.

TitleThe development of copyright and moral rights in the European legal systems
AuthorsNewman, S.
Abstract

Compares how the concepts of copyright and authors' moral rights were influenced by the different courses of development of the legal systems in France, Germany and the UK. Considers which approach to moral rights is most suitable for the modern environment of international trade.

JournalEuropean Intellectual Property Review
Journal citation33 (11), pp. 677-689
ISSN0142-0461
Year2011
PublisherSweet & Maxwell Ltd.
Publication dates
Published2011

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