The road to international copyright and trademark protection in the US
The past 25 years have witnessed a remarkable change in the law of the US with respect to the international protection of copyrights and trademarks, as embodied in the Berne Convention and the Madrid Protocol. US copyright and trademark law is much closer to that of Europe, but key differences remain.
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