Ever have trouble figuring out what tariffs have been certified by the Copyright Board for the uses of copyright? If so, the new book entitled User’s Guide to Canadian Copyright Tariffs written by McCarthy Tétrault lawyers Peter Grant, Grant Buchanan, Dan Glover and Keith Rose is for you.
This 350 page book is an annotated guide to Canadian copyright tariffs relating to the use of music, the reproduction of literary works, media monitoring, private copying, and the retransmission of distant radio and television signals. The book includes the full text of the most recent version of all tariffs certified by the Copyright Board of Canada, along with explanatory tables and editorial notes.
Want a copy? You could have received a complimentary copy by attending the conference called Digital Media at the Crossroads earlier today. If you missed this and want a copy, you can also get a free one by attending the next meeting of Alai Canada in Toronto on Friday, February 27, 2015, at McCarthy Tétrault, where Peter Grant and Grant Buchanan will talk about the book. You can register by email at email@example.com by Wednesday February 25, 2015. You can also buy a copy by emailing Peter Grant, Grant Buchanan, Dan Glover, or Keith Rose and ordering a copy.