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Columbia Law School

International Law

2015

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Commentaire De L'Article 19 De La Convention De Vienne De 1978 Sur La Succession D'État En Matière De Traités: Participation À Des Traités Signés Par L’État Prédécesseur Sous Réserve De Ratification, D’Acceptation Ou D’Approbation, Petros C. Mavroidis, Dr. Vassilis P. Tzevelekos Jan 2015

Commentaire De L'Article 19 De La Convention De Vienne De 1978 Sur La Succession D'État En Matière De Traités: Participation À Des Traités Signés Par L’État Prédécesseur Sous Réserve De Ratification, D’Acceptation Ou D’Approbation, Petros C. Mavroidis, Dr. Vassilis P. Tzevelekos

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Commentary on Article 19 of the Vienna Convention on Succession of States in Respect of Treaties: Participation in Treaties Signed by the Predecessor State Subject to Ratification, Acceptance or Approval

French Abstract: Commentaide de l'article 19 de la Convention de Vienne sur la succession d'État en matière de traités. I. CARACTÉRISTIQUES GÉNÉRALES: 1. Les points épineux: à la recherche de fondements a) L’intention du prédécesseur et l’absence de liens suffisants entre le traité multilatéral signé sous réserve de ratification, d’acceptation ou d’approbation et le territoire b) L’absence d’une pratique étoffée II. LA ...


Private International Law Aspects Of Authors' Contracts: The Dutch And French Examples, Jane C. Ginsburg, Pierre Sirinelli Jan 2015

Private International Law Aspects Of Authors' Contracts: The Dutch And French Examples, Jane C. Ginsburg, Pierre Sirinelli

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Copyright generally vests in the author, the human creator of the work. But because, at least until recently, most authors have been ill-equipped to commercialize and disseminate their works on their own, the author has granted rights to intermediaries to market her works. Since most authors are the weaker parties to publishing, production, or distribution contracts, the resulting deal may favor the interests of the intermediary to the detriment of the author’s interests. Many national copyright laws have introduced a variety of corrective measures, from the very first copyright act, the 1710 British Statute of Anne, which instituted the ...