Publishing Lawby Hugh Jones
The fully updated second edition includes to-the-minute coverage
Jones and Benson address a range of key legal issues: confidential information, copyright, moral rights, commissioning and contracts, editing and production, defamation, libel and other legal risks. Legal points are explained with reference to important statutes, cases and relevant trade practices.
The fully updated second edition includes to-the-minute coverage of issues affecting electronic rights and e-commerce, as well as changes in legislation. A revised glossary and list of useful addresses are also provided.
'Jones and Benson is the best book on publishing law available and is a must for all serious students of the profession as well as a necessary refresher and aide-memoire for all practising publishing professionals.' - Professor Iain Stevenson, Centre for Publishing, University College London, UK
'A highly useful and informative handbook to the world of publishing law' - Angus Phillips, Director, The Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies, Oxford Brookes University, UK
'You would imagine that any book with the word 'law' in the title might be guaranteed to be a dry read. Not so Publishing Law. The language is clear, the law made clear and above all it is an approachable text. This new edition explains the Digital Economy Act 2010, making it a 'must read' for all involved in publishing.' - Jane Moody, Head of Publications, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, UK
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Meet the Author
Hugh Jones is Copyright Counsel to The Publishers Association. A qualified solicitor, he worked in publishing for fifteen years, for law publishers Sweet and Maxwell and reference publishers Macmillan Press, before practising for eight years as a publishing and copyright lawyer at city law firm Taylor Joynson Garrett (now Taylor Wessing). He writes and lectures regularly, and is Treasurer of the British Copyright Council.
Christopher Benson is a solicitor at City law firm Taylor Wessing. He has been practising for over ten years as an intellectual property lawyer. He has considerable experience in the fields of publishing and copyright and also advises on all aspects of intellectual property law, both contentious and non-contentious, including copyright protection, trade mark protection and passing off, brand management, licensing, merchandising, sponsorship, franchising and advertising. He is a regular writer and lecturer on intellectual property matters.
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