The text contains complementary chapters that address both U.S. domestic and international issues in entertainment law. The individual chapters consider a plethora of discrete, yet diverse, aspects of entertainment law implicated in a global context. Due to its innovative construct and the resulting inherent versatility, the book could also be employed in a number of other courses within a broader curriculum including those focused on U.S. domestic entertainment law, an introductory course in select forms of intellectual property, a course in advanced torts that considers rights of personality, and the like.


Imprint: West Academic Publishing
Series: American Casebook Series
Publication Date: 07/25/2022

Mary LaFrance, UNLV School of Law

Geoffrey Scott, Penn State University Park

Lionel Sobel, Southwestern School of Law

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All of the chapters in the 2nd edition of Entertainment Law on a Global Stage have been substantially updated, including especially significant changes in the chapter covering the right of publicity. This edition also includes two entirely new chapters on copyright and infringement of music, both domestic and international.

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