Entries by professormira

Intellectual Property in Central & Eastern Europe (Oxford University Press, 2012) – calling all experts!

My Series, Intellectual Property: Eastern Europe & the CIS, published by Oxford University Press (New York, 2008-), is in the process of an exciting transition from looseleaf to a series of 5 books: Folklore & Traditional Knowledge, Copyright, Trademarks and Geographical Indications, Patents, and International Harmonization. Publication is to begin in 2012, and I am […]

“Authors and Auteurs: The Case for Moral Rights in Film,” Los Angeles Copyright Society (LACS), May 11, 2011

Authors and Auteurs: The Case for Moral Rights in Film. “It has been two decades since the American film industry last confronted a serious demand for moral rights. These non-commercial rights protect the personal interests of creative authors, including attribution and the preservation of the integrity of one’s work. In most countries of the world, […]

“Le droit moral: principes, pratique et nouvelles technologies,” Association des juristes d’expression française de la Colombie-Britannique (AJEFCB) – talk presented on March 18, 2011

Le droit moral: principes, pratique et nouvelles technologies. 5 à 7 de l’AJEFCB – 18 mars 2011 À l’occasion de la troisième édition du procès simulé de l’AJEFCB, le Conseil d’administration et toute l’équipe sont heureux de vous convier à leur prochain 5 à 7 qui se tiendra le vendredi 18 mars 2011 dans nos […]

“Canadian Copyright Reform: History of the Future,” seminar for the Canadian Bar Association, Intellectual Property & Technology Sub-section in B.C. – sold-out talk presented on February 25, 2011

This presentation will examine the history of Canadian copyright law reform over the past decade, and identify trends that are likely to shape Canada’s copyright legislation and practice in the decade to come.  Canadian copyright law will be considered in its larger international context, with particular attention to the issue of compliance with the WIPO […]