"The authors have eloquently written the treatise in a way that any practitioners with only a working knowledge of copyright law could understand. The best part of this book is that the treatise provides a survey of copyright practice around the world in transactional settings and litigation settings. Better still, the analysis provides insight regarding protecting foreign works in the United States and protecting United States works abroad. This treatise and its easy to read and easier to follow format will provide an invaluable reference work for our practice. We strongly recommended this treatise for any lawyer interested in copyright law and international trade issues." - Anticipate This!
"Authoritative, lucid and informative. The structure is excellent and enables the reader to easily follow the discussion. I would heartily recommend this book as an important addition to any copyright collection."
Charlotte Waelde, Journal of Media Law
"Whether you are an expert in current (and past) copyright issues, or you just commenced in piercing this multi-layered veil of substantive and procedural rules, you will find simple and neat answers to most of the topics debated in the arena of the protection of authors, producers, and even consumers in the so-called 'media world.'"
Luciano Daffarra, les Nouvelles