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Xlibris understands how important your work is to you. Learn how you can protect your work and avoid predicaments in the future by reading the following list of helpful legal references.

Copyright

New Zealand Copyright Law. This is the official website of the Copyright Council of New Zealand. It provides general information regarding copyright laws of New Zealand, copyright news, and case studies.

UK Copyright Law. This is the official website of the UK Copyright office. It provides basic and advanced information regarding UK copyright law.

U.S. Copyright Law. This is the official website of the US Copyright office. It provides basic and advanced information regarding US copyright law, as well as a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

Copyright Law. This website provides further insight on the US copyright law. Learn the history of copyrighting, scope of the copyright law, your exclusive rights, duration of the copyright law, and a lot more here.

Canadian Intellectual Property Office. This is the official website of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office. It provides an insight to Canadian intellectual property laws including trademarks and copyrights.

Canada Copyright Law. This article provides information on the Copyright Act of Canada.

Defamation

ExpertLaw.com on defamation. This website defines defamation, slander, and libel in general context. It offers a range of related links and articles regarding the stated topics.

Defamation, slander and libel. This article further explains defamation, slander, and libel.

Plagiarism

Ezinearticles.com - plagiarism. This article provides helpful information about plagiarism. It also provides tools and tips on how to check if someone else has plagiarized your work.

Plagiarism.org. This website answers questions about plagiarism, such as: Are all public works copyrighted? What are the punishments for plagiarism? And a lot more.

Fair Use

Fair Use Act. This article discusses the Fair Use Act, which allows a person to use copyrighted information for certain permissible reasons.