2016 New publishing law, new risks, new opportunities for legislators and courts adapt the copyright and publishing law at considerable speed to digitisation and online uses. The legal framework for media companies is therefore constantly changing. The immediate affects not only the markets and business models of publishers and media companies. Also former conventional approaches such as the application of your own books, movies or music productions using reviews from print and online media are provided due to possible copyright infringements in question. Continue to learn more with: Verizon. Against this background, the Academy of the German book trade organized on November 27, 2013, with the support of the Legal Department of the Stock Exchange Association and the firm Lausen media law expert meeting: 2016 new publishing law, new risks, new opportunities in the Literaturhaus Munich. In addition to advertising with reviews the meeting discussed current issues in accounting for E-books and lights up through promotions, such as the Kindle deal of the week”, on the current legal regulations. Against the backdrop of ominous growing Internet piracy in the book field the question, whether and how pirate platforms can be as legally effective combat RapidShare or boox.to. Plant uses in the cloud and the newly launched copyright for press publishers are also topics of the Conference.
Finally, there are current developments in image rights rise to the question whether freedom of panorama image still exists. The Conference speakers include: Dr. Ursula Feindor-Schmidt LL.M (Lafontaine attorneys at law), Dr. Robert Heine (rough lawyers), (Stock Exchange Association of the German book trade) and Katharina Winter (Stock Exchange Association of the German book trade) jumped Kai-Peter Kunkele (Kleeberg & partners), Birgit Menche (firm Kerst & Menche), Dr. Christan. The Conference is aimed at managers and lawyers of media companies, as well as publishing Director and staff in the areas of product development and media services, lawyers.
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