Book Note: Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law

Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law

2012-2013 Edition

Mark S. Lee

Thomson Reuters Westlaw

This treatise covering the range of intellectual property law that falls within the orbit of entertainment provides a solid guide to the primary law governing this field along with the insight of a practitioner in the field. However, one seeking a practice-oriented guide may be disappointed. Perhaps Mark S. Lee, with his extensive experience in IP litigation, does not wish to divulge too many of the secrets to his success.

Also of note is that Lee has “been involved in legislative efforts to define and refine intellectual property law.” Among those efforts was the drafting of the California anti-cybersquatting statute. He appears to favor even more stringent IP protections in this digital age.