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    Author(s)JONES H
    PublisherTaylor and Francis
    Edition5th Edition
    Publish YearMarch 2016


    Taylor and Francis Publishing Law 5th Edition by JONES H

    Publishing Law is an authoritative and engaging guide to a wide range of legal issues affecting publishing today. Hugh Jones and Christopher Benson present readers with clear and accessible guidance to the complex legal areas specific to the ever evolving world of contemporary publishing, including copyright, moral rights, contracts and licensing, privacy, confidentiality, defamation, infringement and trademarks, with analysis of legal issues relating to sales, advertising, marketing, distribution and competition. This new fifth edition presents updated coverage of the key principles of copyright , as well as new copyright exceptions, licensing and open access. There is also further in-depth coverage of the legal issues around the sale of digital content. Key features of the fifth edition include: • updated coverage of EU and UK copyright, including a new chapter on copyright exceptions following the significant changes in the 2014 Regulations • Comprehensive coverage of publishing contracts with authors, as well as with other providers, including translators, contributors and contracts for subsidiary rights • up to date coverage of the Defamation Act 2013, and other changes to EU and UK legislation • exploration of the legal issues relating to digital publishing, including eBook and other electronic agreements, data protection and online issues in relation to privacy, and copyright infringement • a range of summary checklists on key issues, ranging from copyright ownership to promotion and data protection • useful appendices offering an A to Z glossary of legal terms and lists of useful address and further reading. Key Features - There are a range of updates on key legal developments, essential to making the book as relevant and long lasting as possible for users - The new section displaying an fictional inadequate publishing agreement, which highlights dangerous contract terms and omissions, giving readers a unique vantage point on the essentials of contracts and a more rounded awareness of best practice - There is a very close engagement with digital publishing throughout the book and impact of the latest legal changes on this, which helps to make readers view online and digital publishing as fully impacted by differing elements of publishing law and not a separate or specialist issue. Table of Contents Part I: The law, and original works; 1. Publishing and the law; 2. Copyright I – Key Principles; 3. Copyright II – Copyright Exceptions, Licensing and Open Access; 4. Other rights of authors and publishers; Part II: Commissioning: publishing contracts; 5. Author contracts; 6. Other contracts; Part III: Delivery, editing and obligations on publication; 7. Delivery, editing and obligations on publication; Part IV: Publish and be damned; 8. Defamation and other risks; 9. Confidentiality and privacy; 10. Copyright infringement; 11. Trade marks and passing off; Part V: Sales and supply; 12. Sale of goods, digital content and consumer protection; 13. Advertising and marketing; 14. Distribution and export