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  • P. Mysoor, “Possession in Copyright by Analogy” (2024) LQR [forthcoming].


  • C. Angelopoulos “Creative Expression: An Introduction to Copyright and Related Rights for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises”, (with L. Verbauwhede Koglin, and G. Singh Jaiya), (2nd ed, WIPO, 2023).
  • P. Mysoor, "Contractual IP Licences and Right to Repair”, (Workshop on Politics, Policy and Private LawSelwyn College, Cambridge, Mar 2023).


  • C. Angelopoulos, “How Football Changed Copyright Law: Public Performance, Communication to the Public and the Free Public Showing of Broadcast Films” in M Senftleben et al, Intellectual Property and Sports: Essays in Honour of P. Bernt Hugenholtz (Kluwer Law International 2021), pp.319-331.
  • C. Angelopoulos, “Primary and secondary liability under EU copyright law” in E. Rosati (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of European Copyright Law (Routledge 2021), pp.193-214.
  • C. Angelopoulos, "Το ΔΕΕ και τα αυτόματα φίλτρα περιεχομένου: αλλαγή πλεύσης ή σταθερή πορεία;" (translation: "The CJEU and automatic content filtering: a change of direction or holding steady?)" (2021) 14(3) De Jure Journal 219.
  • C. Angelopoulos, “The Odyssey of the Prohibition on General Monitoring Obligations”, with M. Senftleben,  October 2020. Published in Dutch under the title ‘De reikwijdte van artikel 17 DSM richtlijn in het licht van het verbod op algemene toezichtverplichtingen: een Odyssee’ in Auteursrecht 2021(3), pp.120-142.
  • L. Bently, "The Football Game as a Copyright Work", in van Eechoud, van Gompel, Helberger and Poort (eds) Intellectual Property and Sport (Kluwer, 2021) 305-317.
  • P. Mysoor, Implied Licences in Copyright Law (Oxford University Press, 2021).
  • P. Mysoor, "When the Infringer is the Contractual Licensee" (2021) 43 European Intellectual Property Review pp.7-15.


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Harmonizing Intermediary Copyright Liability in the EU: A Summary” in Giancarlo Frosio (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Online Intermediary Liability (Oxford University Press 2020), pp.315-334.
  • L. Bently, Global Mandatory Fair Use, with T. Aplin, (Cambridge: CUP, 2020).
  • L. Bently, "Copyright and Quotation in Film and TV", (CREATe Working Paper 2020/08).
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, "Work and Works on Digital Platforms in Capitalism: Conceptual and Regulatory Challenges for Labour and Copyright Law", (with Z. Adams), International Journal of Law and Information Technology, Volume 28, Issue 4 (2020), pp.329–370, (doi:
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, "Transition Through Automation", in: N. Brunn, G. Dinwoodie, M. Levin and A. Ohly (editors), Transition and Coherence in Intellectual Property Law Essays In Honour of Annette Kur, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2020 – online available as Automated Copyright Enforcement Online: From Blocking to Monetization of User-Generated Content, University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Research Paper No. 8/2020. Available at SSRN:
  • P. Mysoor, "Beneficial Ownership of Copyright" (SLS Annual Conference, Sept 2020).
  • P. Mysoor, "Form and Copyright — A Property Debate" (Property Connections, organised by the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, Jun 2020) .
  • P. Mysoor, "Form in Conceptualising Copyright as a Property Right" (2020) Journal of the Copyright Society of USA pp.301-326.
  • P. Mysoor, "Capturing the Dynamism of Fairness – A Common Law Perspective" in Daniel Gervais (eds), Fairness, Morality and Ordre Public in Intellectual Property (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020), pp. 8-29.


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Fixing Copyright Reform: A Better Solution to Online Infringement”, with JP. Quintais, (2019) 10(2) JIPITEC, pp.147-172.
  • C. Angelopoulos, "European Copyright and Human Rights in the Digital Sphere” in M. Susi (ed.), Human Rights, Digital Society and the Law: A Research Companion (Routledge 2019), pp.239-258.
  • L. Bently, "Whatever Became of Global Mandatory Fair Use?", with T. Aplin, in S. Frankel (ed) Intellectual Property and Functional Pluralism (Edward Elgar, 2019).
  • L. Bently, "Displacing the Dominance of the Three-Step Test: The Role of Global, Mandatory Fair Use’, with T. Aplin in W.L. Loy (ed) Comparative Aspects of Limitations and Exceptions in Copyright Law (CUP, 2019).
  • P. Mysoor, "Does UK Really Have a ‘Closed’ List of Works Protected by Copyright?" (2019) 41 European Intellectual Property Review pp.474-479.
  • P. Mysoor, "Searching for Certainty in Implying a Copyright Licence" (19th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, Chicago, Aug 2019).


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Recommendation on Measures to Safeguard Fundamental Rights and the Open Internet in the Framework of the EU Copyright Reform”, with M. Senftleben, G. Frosio, V. Moscon, M. Peguera, and O-A. Rognstad, (2018) 40(3) European Intellectual Property Review, pp.149-163.
  • L. Bently, "The Design-Copyright Conflict in the United Kingdom: A History", in Derclaye (ed) The Copyright-Designs Interface (CUP, 2018) Ch 6, 171-225.
  • L. Bently, JIIP/Technopolis et al, "Study in Support of the Evaluation of the Database Directive" (Brussels: European Commission, Apr 2018) (with E. Derclaye).
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, "Global Content Protection Through Automation - A Transnational Law Perspective", IIC Vol.49 (2018), pp.1017-1021.
  • P. Mysoor, "Proprietary Estoppel and Copyright Law" (2018) 29 King’s Law Journal pp.470-495.
  • P. Mysoor, "Exhaustion, Non-Exhaustion and Implied Licence" (2018) 49 IIC pp.656-684.
  • P. Mysoor, "Reflecting the Dynamism of ‘Fairness’ in Copyright Law: A Users’ Rights Perspective" (International Association for Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property, Helsinki, Aug 2018).


  • C. Angelopoulos, “An academic perspective on the copyright reform”, with S. Stalla-Bourdillon, E. Rosati, K. Turk, A. Kuczerawy, M. Peguera, and M. Husovec, (2017) 33(1) C.L.S. Rev, pp.3-13.
  • L. Bently, "Strengthening the Position of Press Publishers and Authors & Performers in the Copyright Directive", with M. Kretschmer, (Brussels and Strasbourg: European Parliament: Oct 2017).
  • P. Mysoor, "Reforming the EU Copyright Law on the Right of Communication to the Public" (World Intellectual Property Organisation Advanced Intellectual Property Law Seminar, Geneva, May 2017).


  • C. Angelopoulos, "European Intermediary Liability in Copyright" (Kluwer Law International, Information Law Series, 2016).
  • C. Angelopoulos, “The Term Directive and the Term Extension Directive” in B. Hugenholtz and T. Dreier, Concise European Copyright Law (2nd ed., Kluwer Law International 2016), pp.335-377.
  • C. Angelopoulos, "Notice-and-Fair-Balance: How to Reach a Compromise between Fundamental Rights in European Intermediary Liability", with S. Smet, (2016) 8(2) Journal of Media Law, pp.266-309.
  • C. Angelopoulos, “Sketching the Outline of a Ghost: the Fair Balance between Copyright and Fundamental Rights in Intermediary Liability” (2015-6) Info - The Journal of Policy, Regulation and Strategy for Telecommunications, Information and Media, pp.72-96.
  • L. Bently, "Self-Copying and Copyright" in D. Hudson-Hick and R. Schmuecker (eds.) in The Aesthetics and Ethics of Copying (Bloomsbury, 2016) pp.271-295.
  • L. Bently, "Discontinuities Between Legal Conceptions of Authorship and Social Practices: What, if anything, is to be done?", with L. Biron, in M. Eechoud (ed.), The Work of Authorship: Creativity that Counts (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press/OAPEN library, Amsterdam), pp.237-276.
  • L. Bently, "Drassinower’s Vision of Copyright", Review Essay on Drassinower’s What’s Wrong with Copying? (2016, HUP) in (2016) IPJ.
  • P. Mysoor, "Implied Licence instead of “New Public”?" (Conference on European Policy on Intellectual Property, Oxford, Sep 2016).


  • P. Mysoor, "Data as Property?" (Who Owns the Arts and Sciences, New IP Lawyers’ Conference, University of Exeter, Jun 2015).


  • C. Angelopoulos “Are Blocking Injunctions against ISPs Allowed in Europe? Copyright Enforcement in the Post-Telekabel EU Legal Landscape” (2014) 10 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, pp.812-821. Republished in GRUR International, Vol. 11, pp.1089-1096.
  • L. Bently, "The Author Strikes Back", with L. Biron, in K. Bowrey and M. Handler (eds.), Law and Creativity in the Age of the Entertainment Franchise (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), Ch 2, pp.29-51.
  • L. Bently, "Discontinuities Between Legal Conceptions of Authorship and Social Practices: What, if anything, is to be done?", with L. Biron, in M. Eechoud (ed.) The Work of Authorship: Creativity that Counts (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press/OAPEN library, Amsterdam, 2014), pp. 237-276.
  • L. Bently, International Copyright Law and Practice (Genral Editor) (New York: Lexis, 2014-2021).
  • J. Davis, "ROBERT SPOO. Without Copyrights: Piracy, Publishing, and the Public Domain", The American Historical Review (2014) 119 (3) pp. 917-918.
  • P. Mysoor, "A Battle to Keep the Pirates at Bay: The Context, the Challenges and the Aftermath of the Pirate Bay" (Law, Technology and Public Interest, University of Hong Kong, Apr 2014).
  • P. Mysoor, "Of Bollywood Songs, Film Producers and Collecting Societies: Locating the Rights of the Composers" (2014) 10 Indian Journal of Law and Technology pp.60-91.
  • P. Mysoor, "A Pirate Too Needs to be Heard: Procedural Compromises in Online Copyright Infringement Cases in the UK" (2014) 3 Laws pp.553-579.


  • C. Angelopoulos “Beyond the Safe Harbours: Harmonising Substantive Intermediary Liability for Copyright Infringement in Europe” (2013) 3 Intellectual Property Quarterly, pp.253-274.
  • P. Mysoor, "Seamless Sharing in a Seemingly Divided World: A Glimpse of the Challenges Faced by Creative Commons" (Opensym, Hong Kong, Aug 2013).
  • P. Mysoor, "Unpacking the Right of Communication to the Public: A Closer Look at International and EU Copyright Law" (2013) Intellectual Property Quarterly pp.166-185.


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Determining the Term of Protection for Films: When Does a Film Fall into the Public Domain in Europe?” IRIS plus 2012-2, European Audiovisual Observatory, Strasbourg 2012, pp.7-21.
  • C. Angelopoulos, “The Myth of European Term Harmonisation: 27 Public Domains for the 27 Member States” (2012) 5 International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law (IIC), pp.567-594.
  • L. Bently, "The Return of Industrial Copyright?" (2012) European Intellectual Property Review pp.654-672.
  • L. Bently, "The Electric Telegraph and the Struggle over Copyright in News in Australia, Great Britain and India" in B. Sherman and L. Wiseman, Copyright and the Challenge of the New (Kluwer Law International, 2012) Ch 3.
  • L. Bently, "Prince Albert v Strange (1849)" in C. Mitchell and P. Mitchell, Landmark Cases on Equity Ch 8 (Oxford: Hart, 2012) pp. 235-267.


  • C. Angelopoulos and L. Guibault (eds), "Chapter IX - Creative Commons and Related Rights in Sound Recordings: Are the Two Systems Compatible?" in Open Content Licensing: From Theory to Practice (Amsterdam University Press, 2011, pp.243-295).
  • C. Angelopoulos, “Amended Directive Extends the Term of Protection for Performers and Sound Recordings” (2011) 11 GRUR International, pp.987-989.
  • J. Davis, "To Protect or Not to Protect? The Eligibility of Commercially Used Short Verbal Texts for Copyright and Trade Mark Protection" 4 [2011] Intellectual Property Quarterly, 354.


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Product Placement in European Audiovisual Productions”, IRIS plus 2010-3, European Audiovisual Observatory, pp.1-21.
  • L. Bently, Privilege and Property: Essays in the History of Copyright (OpenBook Publishers, 2010) (with R. Deazley & M. Kretschmer and contributor to ‘Introduction’, pp. 1-20).
  • L. Bently (ed), From Privilege to Property: Essays on the History of Copyright (Cambridge: OpenBook, 2010) (with R. Deazley and M. Kretschmer).
  • L. Bently, Global Copyright, with P. Torremans and U. Suthersanen (eds.) (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2010).
  • L. Bently, Copyright and Piracy: An Interdisciplinary Critique, with J. Davis and J.C. Ginsburg, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010).
  • L. Bently, '"The sole right...Shall return to the Authors": Anglo-American Authors' reversion rights from the Statute of Anne to Contemporary US Copyright", (2010) 25(3) Berkeley Technology Law Journal of Law and the Arts, pp.1-109.
  • J. Davis, Copyright and Piracy: An Interdisciplinary Critique (ed. with L. Bently and J. Ginsburg) Cambridge University Press, 2010.
  • J. Davis, "Of Plots, Puddings and Draught Excluders: the Law as it Applies to the Infringement of Computer Programs", in Bently, et al., Copyright and Piracy, Cambridge University Press, 2010 pp. 230-245.


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Filtering the Internet for Copyrighted Content in Europe”, IRIS plus 2009-4, European Audiovisual Observatory, pp.1-12.
  • L. Bently, "Authorship of Popular Music in UK Copyright Law", (2009) 12(2) Information Communication and Society, pp.179-204 (special issue, 2009).
  • L. Bently, United Kingdom, in P.Geller (ed.) International Copyright: Law and Practice (New York: Matthew Bender, from 1998, annually updated).
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, “Access to Knowledge under the International Copyright Regime, the WIPO Development Agenda and the European Communities’ new External Trade and IP Policy”, in E. Derclaye (Editor), Research Handbook on the Future of EU Copyright, Edward Elgar, pp.575-613 [an earlier version is available on SSRN at].


  • C. Angelopoulos, “Workshop on Audiovisual Search: Summary of the Discussion”, with J. van Hoboken, in Searching for Audiovisual Content (IRIS Special, European Audiovisual Observatory 2008), pp.1-10.
  • C. Angelopoulos, “Freedom of Expression and Copyright: the Double Balancing Act” (2008) 3 Intellectual Property Quarterly, pp.328-353.
  • C. Angelopoulos, “Modern Intellectual Property Legislation: Warm for Reform” (2008) 2 Entertainment Law Review, pp.35-40.
  • L. Bently, "Parody and Copyright in the Common Law World", in Copyright and Freedom of Expression (Alai, 2008).
  • L. Bently, "R. v The Author: From Death Penalty to Community Service", (2008) 32 Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts pp. 1-109.


  • L. Bently, "Copyright, Translations, and Relations Between Britain and India in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries", (2007) 82(3) Chicago-Kent Law Review, pp.1181-1240.
  • L. Bently, "Computer Programs Directive" in T. Dreier and P. B. Hugenholtz, Concise Copyright Law (Kluwer, 2007).


  • L. Bently, "Commentary on EC Directive on Legal Protection of Computer Programs" in T. Dreier and B. Hugenholtz, Concise European Copyright Law (Hague: Kluwer, 2006) pp. 211-238.


  • L. Bently, "Interpretation of Copyright rules: The Role of the Interpreter - The Creation Function", in Exploring the Sources of Copyright (ALAI, 2005), pp.365-381.


  • L. Bently, "Copyright and the Victorian Internet: Telegraphic Property Laws In Colonial Australia", (2004) 38 Loyola Los Angeles Law Review, pp.71-176.
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, “Der Europäische Investitionsschutz für Datenbanken vor dem Hintergrund Internationaler Abkommen” (The European Legal Protection of Investments in Databases in Relation to International Treaties on Intellectual Property and International Trade), Peter Lang International, Frankfurt a.M. (2004), pp.1-348.
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, "Materielle Gegenseitigkeit bei Immaterialgüterrechten gegenüber internationalem Handelsrecht – Zum Rechtsschutz amerikanischer Datenbankhersteller in der EU" (Reciprocal protection of Intellectual Property Rights versus the Obligations under International Trade Law), Archiv für Urheber und Medienrecht (UFITA – Journal on Copyright and Media Law), No. III (2004), pp.859-900.


  • L. Bently, "Art and the Making of Modern Copyright Law" in D.McLean and K.Schubert, Dear Images: Art, Copyright and Culture (London: ICA/Ridinghouse, 2002).
  • L. Bently, "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The Problems Facing Freelance Creators in the UK Media Market Place", (London: Institute for Employment Rights, 2002).


  • L. Bently, "Great Britain and the Signing of the Berne Convention in 1886", with B. Sherman, (2001) 48 Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA, pp.311-340.
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, “Electronic Agents and the Legal Protection of Non-creative Databases”, International Journal of Law and Information Technology – Special Issue on Electronic Agents, Vol.9 No.3 (2001), pp.295-326.
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, “Copyright Aspects of Hyperlinking” published in ECLIP Series – Electronic Commerce Legal Issues Platform, Vol.1, Lit Verlag (2001), pp.1-33.


  • L. Bently, Annual Revision (1998-2013) of "United Kingdom" in M. Nimmer and  P. Geller (eds.) International Copyright Law and Policy (New York: Lexis/Nexis).


  • L. Bently, "Performers Rights: Options for Reform to the Interdepartmental Committee of the Australian Government", with B. Sherman (1996).


  • L. Bently, "Copyright and the Death of the Author in Law and Literature",(1994) 57 Modern Law Review, pp.973-986.