This article outlines the challenges of international copyright litigation and considers rights and remedies available under TRIPs and the laws of various national copyright statutes. To keep pace with new technology, the author proposes a mechanism for the enforcement of existing rights around the world, while counter the prevailing problems of the ease of infringement and expense of enforcement.
Roberto Garza Barbosa,
International Copyright Law and Litigation: A Mechanism for Improvement,
11 Marq. Intellectual Property L. Rev. 77
Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/iplr/vol11/iss1/2