EU Copyright Law - A Commentary (inbunden)
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EU Copyright Law - A Commentary (inbunden)

EU Copyright Law - A Commentary

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This significantly revised and updated second edition builds upon the authoritative foundations of the first edition. It addresses the rapid development of EU copyright law in relation to the advancement of new technologies, the need for a borderless digital market and the considerable number of EU legal instruments enacted as a result. Alongside full legislative analysis and article-by-article commentary, the Commentary illustrates the underlying basic principles of free movement and non-discrimination. It provides insights into the influence of copyright on other areas of EU policy, including telecoms and bilateral trade agreements. This unique Commentary describes and analyses each EU directive in turn and discusses anticipated future challenges, utilising a clear structure to enable the reader to navigate the Commentary effectively. Written by a team of leading experts in the field, this Commentary combines theory and practice to tackle the role of copyright in society and the economy, making this a key resource for academics, researchers, practitioners and policymakers in copyright and comparative law.
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'This is a very useful publication on European copyright law. Written by recognized experts, it covers all legislative sources, even the most recent, such as the directives relating to the Digital Single Market. At the same time, the Commentary places these various directives and regulations in a more general framework, explaining them in their historical and political context whilst taking into account the main principles of European Union law.' -- - Frank Gotzen, KU Leuven, Belgium

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Edited by Irini Stamatoudi, Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Cultural Heritage Law, Faculty of Law, University of Nicosia, Cyprus and Paul Torremans, Professor of Intellectual Property Law, School of Law, University of Nottingham, UK


Contents: Introduction 1 Irini Stamatoudi and Paul Torremans PART I GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF EUROPEAN COPYRIGHT 1. Is there a concept of European copyright law? History, evolution, policies and politics and the acquis communautaire 6 Agnes Lucas-Schloetter 2. The principle of non-discrimination 17 Cristiana Sappa 3. The principle of free movement of goods: community exhaustion and parallel imports 33 Benedetta Ubertazzi 4. The essential facilities principle and other issues of competition 44 Alison Firth PART II THE EU DIRECTIVES AND REGULATIONS 5. The Software Directive 75 Marie-Christine Janssens 6. The Rental and Lending Rights Directive 118 Sylvie Nerisson 7. The Satellite and Cable Directive 151 Jan Rosen 8. The Term Directive 180 Gemma Minero 9. The Database Directive 216 Estelle Derclaye 10. The Resale Right Directive 255 Jens Gaster and Irini Stamatoudi 11. The Information Society Directive 279 Christophe Geiger, Franciska Schoenherr, Irini Stamatoudi, Paul Torremans and Stavroula Karapapa 12. The Enforcement Directive 381 Irini Stamatoudi and Olivier Vrins 13. The Orphan Works Directive 479 Uma Suthersanen and Maria Mercedes Frabboni 14. The Collective Rights Management Directive 515 Lucie Guibault and Sabine Jacques 15. The Portability Regulation 575 Katja Weckstroem Lindroos and Nguyen Ho Bich Hang 16. The Marrakesh Treaty on Certain Permitted Uses for the Benefit of Blind, Visually Impaired and Print-disabled Persons 610 Raquel Xalabarder 17. The Digital Single Market Directive 651 Irini Stamatoudi and Paul Torremans 18. Access and re-use of public sector information in a copyright perspective 762 Cristiana Sappa 19. A United States perspective on Digital Single Market Directive Article 17 782 Jane C. Ginsburg 20. The Netcab Directive 798 Tom Rivers PART III EU POLICIES AND ACTIONS 21. The EU policies and actions in the fight against piracy 814 Olivier Vrins 22. Bringing Europe's cultural heritage online: initiatives and challenges 937 Nadine Klass, Hajo Ru pp and Julia Wildgans 23. From a 'Digital Agenda for Europe', to a 'Digital Single Market', to a 'Europe Fit for the Digital Age': a decade of European Union copyright policy in the shadow of crises 967 Benjamin Farrand 24. Intellectual property and the EU rules on private international law: match or mismatch? 989 Paul Torremans 25. The export of EU copyright law: the example of the Free Trade Agreements 1024 Zoi Mavroskoti PART IV PRESENT AND FUTURE OF COPYRIGHT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 26. The EU stance in international matters 1051 Gillian Davies and Bernd Justin Ju tte 27. The role of the Court of Justice in the development of EU copyright law: an empirical experience 1073 Marcella Favale 28. Towards a European copyright law: territoriality and limitations and exceptions as major outstanding issues 1087 Paul Torremans and Khamchanh Keosomphan 29. Advocating an EU copyright title 1104 Alain Strowel 30. Conclusion 1118 Irini Stamatoudi and Paul Torremans Index 1123