On the whole, Intellectual Property and its First Supplement are highly valuable, particularly for those who must rely on quick and precise information in respect of a broad range of questions concerning the protection of sound recordings and films. International copyright law has become, during the past ten years, one of the most fascinating areas of international law. Although copyright has been of marginal interest to the general public for a long time, its inclusion in the GATT/TRIPs Agreement as well as the recent dispute between the United States and China has increased the general public awareness of the importance of international copyright.
Silk von Lewinski,
J.A.L. Sterling, Intellectual Property Rights in Sound Recordings, Film & Video,
18 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1072
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