Choreographers and copyright ownership: investigating an apparent dysfunction

By Yeoh, F.

This article is an investigation into the proposition that choreographers are not actively safeguarding their rights under copyright law. Unlike other authors such as composers, playwrights and screenwriters, choreographers are not as strongly represented by professional bodies: choreographers do not enjoy powerful trade union-type representation that actively serves to protect …read more

Source:: Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice