May 20 & 21, 2005 St. Helena, California
Hosted by Pamela Samuelson, Professor of Law and Information Management; Chancellor's Professor; Director, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, and Anuj Desai, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin Law School. Sponsored by the Institute for Legal Studies, University of Wisconsin Law School and the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, University of California, Berkeley.
Friday, May 20th
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Oren Bracha The Ideology of Authorship Revisited
Michael Carroll The Struggle for Music Copyright
Pam Samuelson The Story of Baker v. Selden
2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tyler Ochoa Origins and Meanings of the Public Domain Tom Nachbar Monopoly, Mercantilism, and the Politics of Regulation
Saturday, May 21st
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
*John Tehranian Transcending the Infringement/Fair Use Dichotomy: Free Speech, Transformative Use, and an Intermediate Liability Proposal for Copyright Law
Tony Reese History of Innocent Infringement in U.S. Copyright Law
*For those who are interested, John has a recently published piece, Et Tu, Fair Use, that is a predecessor to the one he is presenting. It delves into much of the history that is relevant to the argument he is making in the piece that he is presenting.