Nimmer on Copyright Cited in 3000th Federal Court Decision

Nimmer on Copyright Cited in 3000th Federal Court Decision

Nimmer on Copyright (searchable version available to lexis.com subscribers) was cited in its 3000th Federal Court decision in January, further exhibiting its authoritativeness and reliance by judges. Nimmer has also been cited in more than 100 state court cases and by many foreign courts, including the High Court of Delhi in August 2012 following the release of Nimmer on Copyright, Indian Edition.

Nimmer is the most cited copyright treatise in the United States with a ratio of 15-to-1 compared to West's competitive product, Patry on Copyright. This definitive work on copyright law is a rich resource for the expert as well as the practitioner just beginning to explore the arena. Nimmer on Copyright has appeal both to the domestic and international audience. Accompanying the emergence of global communications, U.S. copyright issues are increasingly relevant to foreign parties whose protected works are easily being transmitted from foreign locales into the U.S.

Nimmer on Copyright provides everything you need to practice copyright law more confidently:

  • In-depth, comprehensive analysis of modern U.S. copyright law affecting printed works, plays and motion pictures, music, artistic property, software and digital content delivered over the Internet.
  • Up-to-date guidance on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act -- including copyright protection to combat piracy and rules to determine liability for online infringement.
  • Three updates throughout the year to incorporate all significant copyright law decisions into the text.
  • Expert insights into open questions of law and suggested lines of argument to plan the most effective strategies for your clients -- and maximize the scope of their copyright protection.
  • Outstanding litigation forms provided by top intellectual property litigators.
  • State-of-the-art transactional forms with side-by-side commentary written by leading copyright law practitioners.

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