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WIPIP 2020, Day 2 panel 4

Panel 4: Copyright Stephanie Bair, Copyright’s Hidden Costs We’ve used the creativity literature to examine the benefits side of ©, but not necessarily the costs. The benefits of engaging in creative pursuits/having creative skills: being good at problem finding, being … Continue reading

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WIPIP 2020, Day 2 panel 3

Panel 3: Copyright Sarah Polcz, Loyalties v. Royalties: Relational Roots in Joint Authorship Relative reward (a pun!) and joint authorship. Our satisfaction for compensation is not just about absolutes, but about how fair the share is compared to the share … Continue reading

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WIPIP 2020, Santa Clara, day 2 panel 2

Panel: Copyright  Fair Use Jacob Victor, Utility-Expanding Fair Use: New technological developments: utility-enhancing fair use. Project: disaggregate it from other forms of fair use and see why fair use might not be the best mechanism for allowing these technologies to … Continue reading

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WIPIP 2020, Santa Clara, day 2 panel 1

Thanks to Eric Goldman and the rest of Santa Clara’s team for organizing a great WIPIP. I was only able to attend the second day, unfortunately. Copyright Christine Davik, Unregistered Complaints: Only US works (b/c of Berne) are required to … Continue reading

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WIPIP 2020, Santa Clara, day 2 panel 1

Thanks to Eric Goldman and the rest of Santa Clara’s team for organizing a great WIPIP. I was only able to attend the second day, unfortunately. Copyright Christine Davik, Unregistered Complaints: Only US works (b/c of Berne) are required to … Continue reading

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Design Law Scholars Roundtable part 3

Session 3: Shaping an Overall Approach to Protection Introductions: Jerry Reichman and Estelle Derclaye  In what ways should different forms of protection be tailored to various types of subject matter (construed legally as forms of intellectual property, but also subject … Continue reading

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Design Law Scholars Roundtable (Notre Dame) part 1

I have just now gotten around to my notes from this excellent roundtable. Introduction: Mark McKenna & Graeme Dinwoodie Why do a roundtable like this? Putting together scholarly discussion for long-term outputs rather than particular works in the short term. … Continue reading

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