SMU Science and Technology Law Review
Over 20 years ago, the United States brought its copyright law into sync with international norms through the adoption of the Berne Convention. As a result, copyright notice is no longer a prerequisite to copyright protection. But because Congress implemented the Berne Convention through amendments to the (rather than adoption of a wholly new) Copyright Act, litigants have argued and at least some courts have held that certain works still must be noticed. This Article is concerned to rebut that contention.
Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
Randy D. Gordon,
A Hole in Need of Mending: Copyright and the Individual Marking of Advertisements Published in Collective Works,
SMU Sci. & Tech. L. Rev.
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