I recently launched a sister website http://copyrighttermination.net that centers on copyright grant terminations, as the title suggests. The gem of the site is a copyright termination calculator, the design of which took more than a little time and a large amount of programming help. (Thanks!) The calculator will run a user through the questions and permutations necessary to evaluate when and under what conditions and statutory provisions a copyright grant may be terminated.
The program does not cover all the steps necessary to evaluate a potential termination. I haven’t tried to address the technical issues involved with accessing whether a majority of the author or authors is present to serve a valid termination notice.
The calculator does what it does well, though, and should be substantially more useful than some of the other similar programs on the internet. It cross references statutes and covers remote permutations such as the Copyright Office’s recent comment request on how to handle grants that were made before January 1, 1978 on works that were completed after January 1, 1978.
If any of you have any requests, suggestions or corrections, please feel free to email me or leave them in the comments.