Ownership, Licensing, Registration, and Infringement
From: Digital Copyright Law
Discussion of who is entitled to own copyright, circumstances in which registration is advantageous, licensing or selling of a copyright interest, contracting out of statutory provisions, the nature of a copyright infringement action, the nature and legality of open-source licensing, and the rules pertaining to identifying purported infringers on the Internet.
Dr. Cameron Hutchison is a professor of law at the University of Alberta, where he has researched and taught in the areas of intellectual property law, copyright law, and statutory interpretation for the past dozen years. He is the author of numerous publications, including several pieces on the interaction between digital technology, copyright law, and legal interpretation.