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Notre Dame Roundtable on Drassinower, Part 4

Session IV – Subject Matter and Limitations   •           Rebecca Tushnet   Drassinower defines trademark as the right to completely control the meaning of a mark as applied to a good or service: radically unidirectional, like a one-way traffic sign, … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Roundtable on Drassinower, Parts 2 & 3

Session II – The Work as Dialogue   •           Mike Madison   An element in the book: The “work” is a Macguffin.  The the thing that holds our attention/draws the narrative together while not necessarily having meaning in and of … Continue reading

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Notre Dame Roundtable on Drassinower, part 1

Notre Dame Roundtable, What’s Wrong with Copying? (Abraham Drassinower’s book) Sponsored by the Program on Law and Market Behavior   8:40 a.m.-­‐10:15 a.m. Session I – Methodology and Implications   •           Mark Rose Historical approach: rights to manuscript or to … Continue reading

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