Read more about the article Copyright Law: Why Ryan Adams Was Able to Rerecord a Taylor Swift Album Before Taylor Swift Could
Copyright Law and why Ryan Adams was able to rerecord Taylor Swift Album before she could

Copyright Law: Why Ryan Adams Was Able to Rerecord a Taylor Swift Album Before Taylor Swift Could

Copyright Law, Music Law and why Ryan Adams was able to rerecourd a Taylor Swift album before Taylor Swift could.

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Forward to the Past: How the Statute of Limitations can Jeopardize the Copyright Termination Right

What if you’ve been given a future right that you can’t exercise when the future becomes present because of what you didn’t do in the past, even though you couldn’t have done what you didn’t do in the past because it wasn’t the future? That’s how the statute of limitations can thwart a statutory right to get your copyrights back. If that didn’t make sense to you, you’re getting the point. So read on.

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Because you need registration to sue for copyright infringement, does a copyright really have any value if it’s not registered?

From Mark Jaffe's Twitter: I was asked a couple of times: because you need registration to sue for copyright infringement, does a copyright really have any value if it’s not…

Continue ReadingBecause you need registration to sue for copyright infringement, does a copyright really have any value if it’s not registered?