& DAVID NIMMER
ON COPYRIGHT [section] 1.
overlaps-are-fine approach endorsed in the Nimmer
As part of the guidance, Professor David Nimmer
was asked to review several fact scenarios that commonly occur at apartment communities.
& David NIMMER
ON COPYRIGHT: CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE REPORTS ON THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT AND CONCURRENT AMENDMENTS CR 1:1-5 (Ed Berger et al.
197) The influential Nimmer
copyright treatise takes Sheldon to an extreme, asserting that "[i]t is entirely immaterial that, in many respects, plaintiff's and defendant's works are dissimilar, if in other respects, similarity as to a substantial element of plaintiff's work can be shown.
983 (1970); Melville Nimmer
, Does Copyright Abridge First Amendment Guarantees of Free Speech and Press?
on Copyright, Nimmer
discussed the Transmit Clause in detail and attempted to provide meaning to the Clause's closing phrase: "whether the members of the public capable of receiving the performance [or display] receive it in the same place or in separate places and at the same time or at different times.
Clemson's Stephen Behr and Bryson Nimmer
and Utah Valley's Balir Bursey are tied for the individual lead at 139.
It's like a treasure hunt or a scavenger hunt and there's no map to it," artist Dean Nimmer
When the Berlin Wall went up on 13 August 1961, cutting off West Berlin from East Berlin and the surrounding German Democratic Republic, pundits wondered if the German dream of Wieder Vereinigung (Reunification), would wake up to the nightmare of Nimmer
Aufwiedersehen (Never to Meet again).
In other words, any legal entity, including a company, can stand in for the author under copyright law (Gaines, 1991; McLeod, 2001; Mero, 1992; Nimmer
Medical cost increases over the past few years have offset some of the higher pharmacy costs in the short-term, but for 2015 and 2016, there will be more pressure than relief on pharmacy cost," said Tim Nimmer
, global chief actuary for Aon Health.