From Maimonides to Microsoft : the Jewish law of copyright since the birth of print / Neil Weinstock Netanel, with contributions by David Nimmer.
Neil Netanel authorBook
Copyright in Jewish law / Nachum Menashe Weisfish
edited by Tzvia Ehrlich-Klein.
משנת זכויות היוצר. אנגלית
Jerusalem (Israel)-place of publication
New York : Feldheim
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Originally published in Hebrew as Mishnas zechuyos hayotser.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
notes in Hebrew.
xxvii, 259 pages
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