Publishing Law is a comprehensive guide to the law as it affects the publishing process. Written by the Copyright Counsel of the Publishers Association and a practising solicitor with many years experience of the publishing trade, this work will serve as a comprehensive handbook for all those who need a practical understanding of where and how the law may apply, including publishers, authors and agents, and all those involved with published material.Hugh Jones and Christopher Benson address a range of key legal issues in the publishing process, including: copyright, moral rights, commissioning and contracts, including online and e-book issueslibel and other legal risks such as negligence, privacy and obscenity infringement and defences such as fair dealing, trademarks and passing offconsumer law, data protection, advertising and promotion, distribution and export This fully updated fourth edition features: full coverage of electronic rights and e-commerce issuesup to date coverage of changes in EU and UK legislation, including the Digital Economy Act 2010Legal points are explained with reference to important statutes, cases and relevant trade practices. A revised glossary, lists of useful addresses and further reading are also provided.

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