American Copyright Law; With Especial Reference to the Present United States Copyright ACT, with Appendices Containing Forms from Adjudicated Cases

American Copyright Law; With Especial Reference to the Present United States Copyright ACT, with Appendices Containing Forms from Adjudicated Cases

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1917 edition. Excerpt: ...v. Wood, 2 Bias. 208; Shook v. Neuendorfl, 11 New York Daily Reg. 985. 22--Pa1mer v. McDonough. See Drone, p. 579. 23--See Da Prato Statuary Co. v. Giulani, 189 F. 90. 24--Hein v. Harris, 175 F. 875. 25----Schumachsr v. Schwencke, 25 F. 466. 26---West Publishing Co. v. Edward Thompson Co., 176 F. 839. 1337 Evidence of actual damage in action for penalties. charge in an action for infringement," under prior statutes, is reproduced, in extenso, in the opinion. In an English case," it was held that the plaintifi cannot join persons not in privity with one another, as parties defendant, where separate and distinct piracies are involved. Interrogatories under Equity Rule 58 in copyright causes are discussed in a recent case?" Section 26. That any Court given jurisdiction under Section 34 of this Act may proceed in any action, suit, or proceeding instituted for violation of any provision hereof to enter a judgment or decree enforcing the remedies herein provided. Section 27. That the proceedings for an injunction, damages, a/nd profits, and those for the seizure of infringing copies, plates, molds, matrices, and so forth, aforementioned, may be united in one action. These provisions refer to the judicial administration of the remedies for infringement provided by Section 25 of the Act." The first section requires no comment. The latter section changes the previous law.3 The Act contemplates one comprehensive action in Equity in a case of infringement. VVhether an action at law may be brought to recover anything beyond actual damages may be considered doubtful, as the fixed or arbitrary damages, which are the only other item conceivably recoverable at law, by the express language of the Act, lie in the discretion...show more

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  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 18mm | 590g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123683366X
  • 9781236833662