Reforming Irish Copyright Law: The Question of Orphan Works

'Reforming Irish Copyright Law: The Question of Orphan Works'. Dublin University Law Journal, 40 (1):165-190 (2017)

26 Pages Posted: 16 Nov 2018

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Kevin O'Sullivan

University College Cork - School of Law

Date Written: October 24, 2017

Abstract

This article examines the reform of copyright law in Ireland when it comes to orphan works. The analysis considers the possible constraints in EU and international law against Member States reforming their copyright law to accommodate use for orphan works either in a commercial or non-commercial setting.

Keywords: Copyright, EU Law, Orphan Works, Berne Convention, Licensing, Intellectual Property, Public Interest

Suggested Citation

O'Sullivan, Kevin, Reforming Irish Copyright Law: The Question of Orphan Works (October 24, 2017). 'Reforming Irish Copyright Law: The Question of Orphan Works'. Dublin University Law Journal, 40 (1):165-190 (2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3272334

Kevin O'Sullivan (Contact Author)

University College Cork - School of Law ( email )

College Road
Cork, County Cork
Ireland

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