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CopyrightX: UGC panel

Panel One: User-generated Content, Digital Labor, and Collaborative Authorship Moderator: Bethany Rabe Rebecca Tushnet: Fanworks, Fair Use, and Self-Actualization Through Transformative Expression Title assigned a few months ago is a little misleading because I actually wanted to take the opportunity … Continue reading

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Legal Applications of Marketing Theory, part 5 (me on puffery)

Rebecca Tushnet, Harvard Law School, On Puffery Puffery is a concept that purports to be about things consumers ignore and don’t rely on. It is in fact a concept about things courts ignore and won’t rule on.  At the moment, … Continue reading

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ICANN and the New Top-Level Domains part 1

American University Washington College of Law YouTube link Welcome, Christine Haight Farley, American University Washington College of Law We are in the midst of an historic expansion of internet domain names with more than 1200 new generic top-level domains (“gTLDs”) … Continue reading

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Right of Publicity panel, Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression

From Yale Law School’s Abrams Institute for Freedom of Expression Commercial Speech and the First Amendment: Does the Right of Publicity Transcend Commercial Speech? Jennifer Rothman: Right of Publicity? Right of Privacy? Rothman gave a keynote summarizing highlights of her … Continue reading

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2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law

Usual disclaimers; there were lots of overlaps where I had to make tough choices, and I favored presentations where I hadn’t previously commented on drafts. Day 1 Breakout Session I Trademark Doctrine Mapping Confusion – Mark. P. McKenna & Rebecca … Continue reading

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2017 IPSC Conference at Cardozo School of Law

Usual disclaimers; there were lots of overlaps where I had to make tough choices, and I favored presentations where I hadn’t previously commented on drafts. Day 1 Breakout Session I Trademark Doctrine Mapping Confusion – Mark. P. McKenna & Rebecca … Continue reading

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GW/Harvard conference: Infringement and Defenses

Infringement and Defenses Moderator: Prof. Michael B. Abramowicz, George Washington University Law School William F. Lee, WilmerHale LLP: Literal infringement/each and every element of the claim—useful for laypeople to think about the claim. In many jurisdictions (Germany, Netherlands, Japan) around … Continue reading

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