Research seminar: Thursday 10 September, 16:oo, Room EB 202. Abstract: the seminar explores the viability of a dedicated limitation to copyright law to foster creative uses.
One-day Workshop Thursday 4 June 2015 Music publishing is an old established industry that has adapted to successive technological and institutional changes, especially to copyright law, by adopting different strategies and business models. The workshop explores how music publishing has evolved in the long run, and what historical and economic factors can explain its adaptations… Read more »
Friday 22 May 2015, 16:00-18:00 – Executive Business Centre, room EB 302 Abraham Drassinower (University of Toronto) presents and discusses his book What’s Wrong with Copying? (Harvard University Press, 2015) Discussants: Jose Bellido, Maurizio Borghi, Martin Kretschmer and Luke McDonagh Copyright law, as conventionally understood, serves the public interest by regulating the production and dissemination… Read more »
Public lectures series 2015 Thursday 23 April, from 6 pm in EB306 This talk will discuss what amounts to an actionable communication of copyright works to the public. Recent rulings of the Court of Justice of the European Union uphold that infringement takes place not only where an unauthorised communication reaches the public but also… Read more »