Goldstein & Trimble's International and Comparative Copyright Law: Cases and Materials (1st Edition) has been carved out from the authors' International Intellectual Property Law (6th Edition), and includes all of the copyright-relevant private and public international law materials from the larger volume, along with that volume's collection of cases and materials on comparative copyright law, neighboring rights and industrial design.

The several problem exercises included in the new casebook enhance the text's flexibility, and help to make it suitable for either a 2- or 3-credit course on international and comparative copyright law.

A detailed Teacher's Manual summarizes, and offers teaching tips, for all of the cases, materials, and problems.

Imprint: Foundation Press
Series: University Casebook Series
Publication Date: 11/28/2023
Related Subject(s): Intellectual Prop-Copyright

Paul Goldstein, Stanford Law School

Marketa Trimble, UNLV School of Law


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