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{ Monthly Archives } December 2008

Can the Moral Right be Transferred and Waived?

Can the Moral Right be Transferred and Waived? A Positive Research to the Chinese Copyright Law DONG Hao (Law School, Yunnan University, Kunming 650091, China) Abstract: This article reviews the possibility of the transferring and / or waiving the moral rights stipulated in Chinese current Copyright Act. The premise of this discussion is: copyright in […]

Paper Abstract – By John BURKE and Hao DONG

Competition Policy and Updating Vehicles for the Delivery of Legal Services: The New South Wales Experience and Lessons for Hong Kong John BURKE* & Hao DONG** Accepted by SSCI Journal: Asian and Pacific Law Review Abstract: Competition policy has been applied to the legal profession in NSW for over a decade. The introduction of a […]

Orphan Works in the Context of Chinese Copyright Law

Orphan Works in the Context of Chinese Copyright Law: A Comparative Research DONG Hao Abstract: “Orphan Works” means works whose copyright (if not expired) owners can hardly be located, hence the users may not exploit the works lawfully with the licenses issued by right owners. Discussions to this topic in the U.S. and Britain have […]

Promoting and Protecting Human Rights in Transitional Cultures

Promoting and Protecting Human Rights in Transitional Cultures: An Empirical Case Study in Minority Regions (Excerpt) DONG Hao The article includes six sections. Only the Introduction and an excerpt of Part I and Part II are provided here. The Chinese full-text was published at Achieves for Legal Philosophy and Sociology of Law, Vol. 7, 2004, […]

What is the Public Domain?

When I am presenting my research today, I find I have to clarify the Public Domain for myself and others in brief and clear sentences. Here it is. Basically, Public Domain means the Domain that is out of the Private Right. It has many definitions such as the strict legal definition, broader definition and the […]