Copyright Restoration and the Supreme Court’s Golan v. Holder Decision

Nicholas A. Hernandez (Editor)
Amy King (Editor)

Series: Laws and Legislation, Congressional Policies, Practices and Procedures
BISAC: LAW050010

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This book examines the Golan v. Holder Supreme Court Case, which discussed whether Congress has the power to grant copyright protection to creative works that have already entered the public domain. A group of orchestra conductors, educators, performers, film archivists, and motion picture distributors, who had relied on the free and unrestricted availability of these artistic works in the public domain for their livelihoods, filed a lawsuit against the federal government challenging the constitutionality of the URAA. (Imprint: Novinka )

Preface

Congress's Power to Restore Copyright Protection to Works That Have Entered the Public Domain: Golan v. Holder
(Brian T. Yeh, CRS)

Golan v. Holder Supreme Court Slip Opinion

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