Gary Rosen, Esq.
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
6pm - 8pm
The George Washington University Law School
Burns Building Room 505 - Faculty Conference Center
Gary Rosen, author of Unfair to Genius (Oxford Univ. Press 2012), will discuss the music industry’s response to the advent of broadcast radio in the 1920s, and the three decades of copyright war that followed. The presentation will focus on how the “ether toy” permanently reshaped the legal and cultural landscape, and on lessons that might be applied in present-day disputes. The talk, co-sponsored by the DC Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA, will be followed by a reception.
This American Copyright Life: Reflections on Re-equilibrating Copyright for the Internet AgeProf. Peter Menell
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
6pm - 8pm
The George Washington University Law SchoolBurns Building - The Great Room
Prof. Peter Menell of the UC Berkeley School of Law will present a version of the talk that he gave earlier this year as the Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture in New York. A reception will follow the talk, which is co-sponsored by the DC Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA.
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