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Entertainment, Media and the Law: Text, Cases and Problems (American Casebook Series)

Edition: 4th ed., 2011
Format: Hardcover
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9780314907448

SKU: 93131

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Thoughtfully edited cases to highlight the court's reasoning on the key points at issue make covering the material feasible in this Entertainment, Media and the Law: Text, Cases and Problems casebook. And to help readers appreciate the significance of the court decisions, over half the book consists of text that describes the evolution and current state of both the entertainment industry and the relevant legal doctrines. This book provides lively accounts of how home video transformed the film industry when a last-minute switch in votes on the Supreme Court made copying TV shows for private consumption a legal "fair use," and how Hollywood unions solved the problem of artistic credits but were unable to counter the attack on the Hollywood Ten.

Table of Contents includes:
Sex and Violence in Entertainment and the Law;
Entertainment the Public With Individual Lives;
Celebrity Publicity Rights;
Elements of Copyright Protection;
Entertainment Innovations and Intellectual Property Rights;
Alternative Sources of Entertainment Property;
Contract Formation and Duration;
Entertainment Contract Obligations;
Entertainment Representation and Regulations;
Performer Organization;
Entertainment Conglomerates Under Corporate and Antitrust Law;
Entertainment in a New Telecommunications World.
Thoughtfully edited cases to highlight the court's reasoning on the key points at issue make covering the material feasible in this Entertainment, Media and the Law: Text, Cases and Problems casebook. And to help readers appreciate the significance of the court decisions, over half the book consists of text that describes the evolution and current state of both the entertainment industry and the relevant legal doctrines. This book provides lively accounts of how home video transformed the film industry when a last-minute switch in votes on the Supreme Court made copying TV shows for private consumption a legal "fair use," and how Hollywood unions solved the problem of artistic credits but were unable to counter the attack on the Hollywood Ten.

Table of Contents includes:
Sex and Violence in Entertainment and the Law;
Entertainment the Public With Individual Lives;
Celebrity Publicity Rights;
Elements of Copyright Protection;
Entertainment Innovations and Intellectual Property Rights;
Alternative Sources of Entertainment Property;
Contract Formation and Duration;
Entertainment Contract Obligations;
Entertainment Representation and Regulations;
Performer Organization;
Entertainment Conglomerates Under Corporate and Antitrust Law;
Entertainment in a New Telecommunications World.
This supplement brings the principal text current with recent developments in the law.

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Author Weiler
ISBN 9780314907448
Edition 4th ed., 2011
Publisher West

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