STOP PRESS: Tribunal invites copyright law comments

The dispute between the Newspaper Licensing Agency and the IPR and PRCA developed this week with a call from the Copyright Tribunal for applications from interested parties. The tribunal is due to hear the case brought by the PR trade bodies against the NLA in September over what they see as the NLA’s unreasonable charges for PR agency licences to photocopy newspaper cuttings. Any organisation or person wishing to be made party to the proceedings should apply to the Copyright Tribunal secretary Jill Durdin by 24 April.

The dispute between the Newspaper Licensing Agency and the IPR and

PRCA developed this week with a call from the Copyright Tribunal for

applications from interested parties. The tribunal is due to hear the

case brought by the PR trade bodies against the NLA in September over

what they see as the NLA’s unreasonable charges for PR agency licences

to photocopy newspaper cuttings. Any organisation or person wishing to

be made party to the proceedings should apply to the Copyright Tribunal

secretary Jill Durdin by 24 April.



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