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Adopting Subsequent Remuneration Right In Chinese Copyright Law, Xi Chen Aug 2015

Adopting Subsequent Remuneration Right In Chinese Copyright Law, Xi Chen

Xi Chen

One heavily and contentiously argued clause in Chinese Copyright Law amendments drafts focuses on the practicality of granting authors of audiovisual works the legal right to collect subsequent remunerations (SRR), when their works are reused in subsequent exploitations.

With the rapid increase of media channels for the Chinese movie industry, and other entertainment industries relying on a heavy usage of audiovisual work, authors demand that they should be entitled to the profit earned from derivative markets and other media channel beyond the first intended market. In order to balance the conflicting interest between the author and the producer, and to ...


Pound For Pound: A Legal Analysis Of The Gambling, Alcohol, And Taxation Issues The Nfl Must Weigh As It Expands To London, Patrick Doughty Jul 2015

Pound For Pound: A Legal Analysis Of The Gambling, Alcohol, And Taxation Issues The Nfl Must Weigh As It Expands To London, Patrick Doughty

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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The Damage From Mega-Sporting Events In Brazil, J. Justin Woods Jul 2015

The Damage From Mega-Sporting Events In Brazil, J. Justin Woods

Pace Law School Student Publications

Over the past several years, Brazil’s federal government and the city and state governments of Rio de Janeiro have invested tens of billions of dollars to develop the transportation, stadium, tourist, communications and security infrastructure required to host the 2007 Pan American Games, 2014 World Cup, and 2016 Summer Olympics. As Brazil seeks to use these mega- sporting events to assert itself as a major economic player on the word stage, its strategy demonstrates how hosting mega-events serves to attract regional and global capital, and to reinforce unequal power structures at the expense of the public treasury, environmental quality ...


On The Antitrust Exemption For Professional Sports In The United States And Europe, Leah Farzin Jan 2015

On The Antitrust Exemption For Professional Sports In The United States And Europe, Leah Farzin

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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