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The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law: A Case of Mashed-Up Drafting?

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The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law : A Case of Mashed-Up Drafting? / Hudson, Emily.

In: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY QUARTERLY, Vol. 2017, No. 4, 08.12.2017, p. 346-368.

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Hudson, E 2017, 'The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law: A Case of Mashed-Up Drafting?', INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY QUARTERLY, vol. 2017, no. 4, pp. 346-368. <https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/Document/I2A9AF2B0BAEE11E7998AD6C4B840BA40/View/FullText.html?originationContext=document&transitionType=DocumentItem&contextData=%28sc.Default%29&comp=wluk>

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Hudson, E. (2017). The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law: A Case of Mashed-Up Drafting? INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY QUARTERLY, 2017(4), 346-368. https://uk.practicallaw.thomsonreuters.com/Document/I2A9AF2B0BAEE11E7998AD6C4B840BA40/View/FullText.html?originationContext=document&transitionType=DocumentItem&contextData=%28sc.Default%29&comp=wluk

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Hudson E. The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law: A Case of Mashed-Up Drafting? INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY QUARTERLY. 2017 Dec 8;2017(4):346-368.

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Hudson, Emily. / The Pastiche Exception in Copyright Law : A Case of Mashed-Up Drafting?. In: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY QUARTERLY. 2017 ; Vol. 2017, No. 4. pp. 346-368.

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