The second edition of User’s Guide to Canadian Copyright Tariffs is now available
Toronto, January 19, 2016 – We are pleased to announce the publication of the second edition ofthe User’s Guide to Canadian Copyright Tariffs. This newest edition not only includes the complete text of the sixty tariffs that are currently in force in Canada, but also summaries of all relevant court decisions as well as decisions from the Copyright Board of Canada.
Authored by Peter S. Grant, Grant Buchanan, Daniel G.C. Glover and Keith D. Rose from McCarthy Tétrault’s Technology, Communications and Intellectual Property Groups, this book is an indispensable resource regarding applicable royalty rates and how they are determined.
This book provides an annotated guide to Canadian copyright tariffs relating to the use of music, the reproduction of literary works, media monitoring, levies on blank tapes, and the retransmission of distant radio and television signals, as of January 1, 2016. The handbook also includes an introductory note on the mandate of the Copyright Board of Canada, detailed notes on judicial review of the Board’s decisions, a list of all collective societies operating in Canada, a table of royalties collected under the certified tariffs, and an update on all tariff applications that are currently before the Copyright Board.
The User’s Guide to Canadian Copyright Tariffs handbook joins five other McCarthy Tétrault handbooks on communications law and policy that are designed to be reference tools for broadcasting and telecommunications industry professionals, and others interested in communications regulation. The handbooks are the standard industry references in the communications field in Canada.
This book, and all other handbooks, can be purchased by clicking the link below. Available in English only.