Intellectual property law has attained a new prominence in the global economy and information age. The emergence of knowledge based economies means that a wider range of people than ever before now need to be familiar with concepts of intellectual property law. This book is an analysis of the Copyright Act 2001 and existing case law; it is an ideal book for students, scholars and lawyers. Businessmen, authors, musicians, artists, architects, broadcasters, performers and computer programmers will also find the book to be of great value in understanding their legal rights under the existing laws of copyright. A.A. Okulo is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya.