PIJIP Talk: Recent Developments in Fair Dealing in Canada

Yesterday, Howard Knopf and I talked about the recent developments in Canadian copyright law in an event organized by the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property at American University, Washington College of Law.

A third speaker was Prof. Martin Senftleben from the University of Amsterdam who offered a very interesting and informative analysis on those issues from a European civil law perspective.

The webcast and a summary of the talks are archived here.


Posted in Blog, Copyright, Copyright Collectives, Featured
2 comments on “PIJIP Talk: Recent Developments in Fair Dealing in Canada
  1. Lisa says:

    I watched this live. Canada is extremely lucky to be represented by two such astute Copyright scholars. I recently attended a week long Copyright symposium in Europe and found the exposure to the European perspective to be invaluable. We need more of these international discussions to foster understanding.

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