Date of Event
Lecture series 2004-05 Presented as the Center of Law, Technology, and the Arts Symposium on Feb. 25, 2005 at the Franklin Thomas Backus School of Law. Welcoming remarks by symposium chair and moderator Craig Nard, Professor and Director of Law, Technology & the Arts; co-chair Raymond Ku. Panel one: Information markets and innovation after Sony -- Rewinding Sony / Randal Picker -- Sony's effect on the market analysis / Frank Pasquale -- Commentator, Dan Hunter -- Panel two: public copying beyond time-shifting -- Sony, tort doctrines, and the puzzle of peer-to-peer / Alfred C. Yen -- Commentators, David W. Barnew, R. Anthony Reese -- Luncheon keynote address: The warring frameworks of fair use / Wendy J. Gordon -- Panel three: Judicial intent in Sony and implications for innovation -- The Sony paradox / Jessica Litman -- Commentators, Julie E. Cohen, Stacey L. Dogan -- Panel four: Sony in the trenches / James Burger, Matthew J. Oppenhein, & Michael Petricone
Intellectual Property; Copyright
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, "BATCH: Copyright and personal copying : Sony v Universal studios twenty-one years later" (2005). Conferences and Symposia. 995.