Expert Opinion on Schelling v. Paulus (1846)

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Expert Opinion on Schelling v. Paulus (1846), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Year: 1846

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Persons referred to:
Paulus, Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von
Thibaut, Anton Friedrich Justus

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Schelling v. Paulus (1845-1846)
Unauthorized printing of Thibaut's lectures

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Berlin University
Prussian Association of Literary Experts
Prussian Supreme Court of Appeals

Darmstadt Copyright Act 1830
Directive of reciprocal protection within the German Confederation (1837)
Prussian Copyright Act 1837

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