Law

Alice Struve-Urbanczyk

Die kollektive Wahrnehmung von Musikrechten (1903–1938)

Der Handel mit Musikrechten von der Schaffung unternehmerischer Strukturen bis zum staatlich kontrollierten Monopol

[The Collective Management of Music Rights (1903–1938). The Trade in Music Rights from the Creation of Entrepreneurial Structures up to the State-Controlled Monopoly.]

2022. Approx. 350 pages.
forthcoming in November

Geistiges Eigentum und Wettbewerbsrecht 179

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Published in German.
Alice Struve-Urbanczyk explores how collecting societies for copyrighted music developed in Germany between 1903 and 1938. She focuses on the founding of such societies for musical performance and mechanical reproduction rights and the creation of a legal monopoly for the management of rights to music during National Socialism.
Alice Struve-Urbanczyk explores how collecting societies for copyrighted music developed in Germany between 1903 and 1938. She focuses on the founding of such societies for musical performance and mechanical reproduction rights and the creation of a legal monopoly for the management of rights to music during National Socialism.
Authors/Editors

Alice Struve-Urbanczyk Geboren 1985; Studium der Rechtswissenschaften in Bonn, Caen und Frankfurt am Main; 2019 Promotion; Referendariat im OLG Bezirk Frankfurt am Main; Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl für Neuere und Neueste Rechtsgeschichte, Zivilrecht und Gewerblichen Rechtsschutz der Universität Frankfurt am Main; Richterin am Landgericht Darmstadt; seit 2020 Richterin am Verwaltungsgericht Oldenburg.
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4508-7758

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