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The Copyright Pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Shook the Foundations of Canadian Copyright

Michael Geist sez: “I am delighted to report that this week the University of Ottawa Press published The Copyright Pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Shook the Foundations of Canadian Copyright Law, an effort by many of Canada’s leading copyright scholars to begin

Posted in Blog, Copyright, Copyright Collectives, My Research

Berkeley Technology Law Journal on Orphan Works

Volume 27(3) of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal is now published. This issue is based on last year’s Orphan Works & Mass Digitization: Obstacles & Opportunities Symposium. It contains eight papers, by Register of Copyright Maria Pallante, Randal Picker, Stef van

Posted in Antitrust / Competition Law, Blog, Copyright, Copyright Collectives, My Research, Stationers

New paper: Beyond Refusal to Deal: A Cross-Atlantic View of Copyright, Competition and Innovation Policies

Paul-Erik Veel and I have (finally) posted our new paper on SSRN.  The paper, downloadable here, is called “Beyond Refusal to Deal: A Cross-Atlantic View of Copyright, Competition and Innovation Policies”.  Here’s the abstract: Conventional wisdom holds that the European Union,

Posted in Antitrust / Competition Law, Blog, Copyright, Featured, My Research
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