The long journey to Beijing
It’s a Hollywood epic: the negotiation of a treaty covering actors’ rights in films has taken more than 16 years but a happy ending is expected this summer. Like all the great movies, says James Nurton, it was the work behind the scenes that ensured success. Now all areas of IP stand to benefit
Berne 1886; Rome 1961; Geneva 1996. Now Beijing 2012 is set to
be added to the roll call of international copyright treaties.
WIPO member states will meet in the Chinese capital in June
this year, the third time in 16...
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