Sweet & Maxwell's Entertainment Law Review is getting desperately thin. With two issues out of this year's eight already accounted for, it's only up to page 41. The IPKat thinks that anyone paying £546 for a year's subscription (more if you're outside the UK) is entitled to a lot more for his money.
Still, this issue has some interesting content. For example:
* Mark Fox and Tracey Anderson (Indiana University South Bend) write on unpaid and underpaid royalties -- a subject that doesn't get much treatment in British law publishing circles;
Getting thinner. Won't someone feed this cute little journal?
* Registered mediator and private practitioner Sean McTernan contributes an enjoyable, if not altogether useful, souffle on format rights.