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The Wipo Treaties on Copyright
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Part I: The evolution of the WCT, WPPT, and BTAP 1: The development of international copyright and neighbouring rights law until 1991 2: The Committees of Experts on a possible Berne Protocol and a possible 'New Instrument' 3: The preparation of the Diplomatic Conference of 1996 4: The procedure at the Diplomatic Conference of 1996 5: The preparations for the BTAP Part II: Commentary on the Articles of the WCT, WPPT, and BTAP 6: Principles of interpretation 7: The WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) 8: The WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT) 9: The Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances (BTAP) Part III: Proposals that were not adopted in 1996 10: The abolition of provisions on non-voluntary licenses 11: The definition of rental 12: The modification right 13: 1. The protection of intellectual property in respect of databases Part IV: Assessment of the outcome of the WCT, WPPT, and BTAP 14: Progress as compared to the Berne Convention (1971) 15: Progress as compared to the Rome Convention 16: Progress as compared to the WTO/TRIPs Agreement 17: Evolution of the WCT and WPPT after 1996 Part V: The Marrakesh Treaty 18: The Marrakesh Treaty Appendix 1: The WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) Appendix 2: The WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT) Appendix 3: The Beijing Treaty in Audiovisual Performances Appendix 4: Basic Proposal for the Substantive Provisions of the Treaty for the Protection of the Rights of Performers and Producers of Phonograms to be Considered by the Diplomatic Conference Appendix 5: Basic Proposal for the Substantive Provisions of the Treaty for the Protection of the Rights of Performers and Producers of Phonograms to be Considered by the Diplomatic Conference Appendix 6: Basic Proposal for the Administrative and Final Clauses of the Treaty to be Considered by the Diplomatic Conference Appendix 7: Basic Proposal for the Substantive Provisions of the Treaty for the Protection of the Rights of AV Performers to be Considered by the Diplomatic Conference Appendix 8: Basic Proposal for the Administrative and Final Clauses of the Treaty to be Considered by the Diplomatic Conference (Beijing Treaty) Appendix 9: Tables of contracting parties Appendix 10: Marrakesh Treaty

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Jorg Reinbothe, European Commission, Silke Von Lewinski, Max Planck Institute of Intellectual Property

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In this thorough, detailed, and sophisticated treatise on the international law of copyright, the authors provide another timely, long-awaited and rare guide to international treaties on copyright. Over a decade has passed since the publication of the first edition and the new edition is again an illuminating source on the global copyright regime. Many treat landmark texts as the definitive treatise on some sort of discipline. For international copyright, we have Joerg Reinbothe and Silke von Lewinski. The WIPO Treaties on Copyright is a model book...a study that should serve as a torch in the ongoing search of scholars and policy-makers to find the right definitional boundaries of global copyright norms. * Lior Zemer, Radzyner School of Law, European Intellectual Property Review *

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