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The Media Law Library is a brand new product comprising of a book and CD-ROM to provide all media professionals with a complete library of precedents and practical guidance in a single package, designed to save hours of research and drafting time.
The book, Media Industry Documentation, provides over 1,800 pages of essential commentary, documents and precedents based on the author's practical experience to guide the reader when drafting media contracts. Divided into three sections, it: offers commentary summarising UK and international copyright law, EC law and media-related directives; covers prevailing commercial practice in the media together with summaries of relevant areas of law other than copyright; and contains forms and precedents divided into relevant sections, to give the reader all the information they need in one place.
It is only available as a single volume text when purchased with this CD-ROM.The only media law CD on the market, Media Law CD includes all the information found in Media Industry Documentation and also a companion text, Media Industry Transactions. The CD offers many benefits to the user. It provides ready made documentation and allows on-screen drafting to save the user time. It has easy-to-use search facilities which dramatically reduce research time and unique links between defined terms and their complete definition mean the user can gain instant access to the material.
Having the information in both hard copy and on CD means that the user can quickly look up a precedent in the book, and then use the CD to cross-reference it with the relevant guidance, making this an essential research and drafting tool for practitioners in the media and entertainment industry