The Interview: John Koegel & Barton Beebe

The Interview: John Koegel & Barton Beebe   Download a PDF version of this interviewhere.   John Koegel is an attorney and founder of the law firm The Koegel Group LLP. Since 1982 Mr. Koegel has specialized in Art Law, exclusively representing artists, galleries and others involved with visual art in most areas of the more »

Application Of A Mechanism Of Proportional Rewards Towards Global Innovation

Esteban Donoso* Download a PDF version of this article here. An application of the formula and data described in Part II.B. of the paper may be found here. Introduction I. Background of the Current Global Scheme II. The Mechanism and its Results A. Basic Economic Considerations 1. Close Substitutes 2. Price Discrimination B. The Proportionality more »

Song On Wire: A Technical Analysis Of ReDigi And The Pre-owned Digital Media Marketplace

James Huguenin-Love Download a PDF version of this article here. INTRODUCTION I. ReDigi Case A. Facts B. Reproduction Right C. Distribution Right D. Fair Use and First Sale Defenses II. REPRODUCTION RIGHT PERTAINING TO PREVIOUSLY OWNED DIGITAL MEDIA A. Argument Made by ReDigi 1. Was ReDigi’s Argument Dismissed Too Casually B. File Sharing Zeitgeist III. more »

Remixing Transformative Use: A Three-part Proposal For Reform

Liz Brown* Download a PDF version of this article here. Introduction I. Cariou’s Impact on Transformative Use and the Art Market A. The Rise and Rise of Appropriation Art B. The Origins of Transformative Use C. The Expansion of Transformative Use in Cariou 1. The District Court’s Ruling 2. The Second Circuit’s Reversal D. The more »

Amicus Brief of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU of Virginia in Radiance Foundation, Inc. v. NAACP

Eugene Volokh* and Mairead Dolan** Download a PDF version of this article here. SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT ARGUMENT I. RADIANCE’S USE OF THE TERM “NAACP” IN AN ARTICLE TITLE WAS NOT INFRINGING ON A CONFUSION THEORY II. RADIANCE’S USE OF THE TERM “NAACP” IN AN ARTICLE TITLE WAS NOT TRADEMARK DILUTION A. Radiance’s Speech Was a more »

Media Law And Copyright Implications Of Automated Journalism

Lin Weeks* Download a pdf version of this article here. Introduction I. Introduction To The Technology A. Definitions and Terminology B. Database Journalism C. The Business of Automated Journalism II. Automated Journalism And The First Amendment A. A Three-Dimensional Problem: Theories of Protection, Manner of Restraint, Type of Output B. Media Law 1. Adjudicated Issues more »

Association For Molecular Pathology v. Myriad Genetics, Inc. And Its Impact On The Patentability Of “Designer” Genes

Amanda H. Russo* Download a PDF version of this article here. Introduction I. The History of Assisted Reproductive Technologies A. Understanding Genetics & the Future of Biotechnology 1. Basic Genetic Concepts 2. Current Reproductive Biotechnologies a. In Vitro Fertilization and Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis b. Cloning c. Somatic and Germ-line Gene Modification II. The Supreme Courts more »

JIPEL Winter 2014 Edition

The NYU Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law is proud to present its Winter 2014 Edition of the Journal. While individual PDFs of articles may be found accompanying their respective posts, you may download a complete PDF of the Winter 2014 Edition containing all of the articles along with a preface from the Journal’s more »

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The Interview: John Koegel & Barton Beebe

The Interview: John Koegel & Barton Beebe   Download a PDF version of this interviewhere.   John Koegel is an attorney and founder of the law firm The Koegel Group LLP. Since 1982 Mr. Koegel has specialized in Art Law, exclusively representing artists, galleries and others involved with visual art in most areas of the more »

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Application Of A Mechanism Of Proportional Rewards Towards Global Innovation

Esteban Donoso* Download a PDF version of this article here. An application of the formula and data described in Part II.B. of the paper may be found here. Introduction I. Background of the Current Global Scheme II. The Mechanism and its Results A. Basic Economic Considerations 1. Close Substitutes 2. Price Discrimination B. The Proportionality more »

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Song On Wire: A Technical Analysis Of ReDigi And The Pre-owned Digital Media Marketplace

James Huguenin-Love Download a PDF version of this article here. INTRODUCTION I. ReDigi Case A. Facts B. Reproduction Right C. Distribution Right D. Fair Use and First Sale Defenses II. REPRODUCTION RIGHT PERTAINING TO PREVIOUSLY OWNED DIGITAL MEDIA A. Argument Made by ReDigi 1. Was ReDigi’s Argument Dismissed Too Casually B. File Sharing Zeitgeist III. more »

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Remixing Transformative Use: A Three-part Proposal For Reform

Liz Brown* Download a PDF version of this article here. Introduction I. Cariou’s Impact on Transformative Use and the Art Market A. The Rise and Rise of Appropriation Art B. The Origins of Transformative Use C. The Expansion of Transformative Use in Cariou 1. The District Court’s Ruling 2. The Second Circuit’s Reversal D. The more »

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Amicus Brief of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU of Virginia in Radiance Foundation, Inc. v. NAACP

Eugene Volokh* and Mairead Dolan** Download a PDF version of this article here. SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT ARGUMENT I. RADIANCE’S USE OF THE TERM “NAACP” IN AN ARTICLE TITLE WAS NOT INFRINGING ON A CONFUSION THEORY II. RADIANCE’S USE OF THE TERM “NAACP” IN AN ARTICLE TITLE WAS NOT TRADEMARK DILUTION A. Radiance’s Speech Was a more »

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