The Marketplace of Ideas: 20 Years of Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal

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Founded in 1981, the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal is one of the first student-edited entertainment law journals in the United States.

Over the course of the years, it has grown to be one of the most widely-subscribed journals in the field. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Journal, this volume collects some of the most widely-cited articles published in the past 20 years, as well as distinguished intellectual property lectures sponsored by the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.

Contributors to this volume include leading commentators in the field of intellectual property, art, and communications law, as well as eminent jurists and former government officials from the U.S. Copyright Office and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789041188816
  • Publisher: Kluwer Law International, BV
  • Publication date: 10/1/2002
  • Pages: 1110
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 2.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Distant Drumbeat: Why the Law Still Matters in the Information Era
The Widening Gyre: Are Derivative Works Getting Out of Hand? 1
The Compulsory License Redux: Will It Survive in a Changing Marketplace? 26
The Impact of Berne on United States Copyright Law 40
Telephone Companies Have First Amendment Rights Too: The Constitutional Case for Entry into Cable 59
An Antitrust Paradox for the 1990s: Revisiting the Role of the First Amendment in Cable Television 110
Contradiction and Context in American Copyright Law 124
On the Author Effect: Contemporary Copyright and Collective Creativity 208
Author/izing the Celebrity: Publicity Rights, Postmodern Politics, and Unauthorized Genders 236
The Interdisciplinary Future of Copyright Theory 267
Comparing Broadcast Structures: Transnational Perspectives and Post-Communist Examples 282
Fair Use Misconstrued: Profit, Presumptions, and Parody 320
Alienability Restrictions and the Enhancement of Author Autonomy in United States and Continental Copyright Law 373
Moral Rights Protection and Resale Royalties for Visual Art in the United States: Development and Current Status 451
Architect as Artist: Artists' Rights and Historic Preservation 472
Campbell v. Acuff-Rose: Justice Souter's Rescue of Fair Use 507
The Exclusive Right to Read 515
Will the Copyright Office Be Obsolete in the Twenty-first Century? 541
Charting the Collapse of the Patent-Copyright Dichotomy: Premises for a Restructured International Intellectual Property System 555
The Precarious Balance: Moral Rights, Parody, and Fair Use 601
Copyright and the Legislative Process: A Personal Perspective 649
Cyberlaw and Social Change: A Democratic Approach to Copyright Law in Cyberspace 663
Copyright Without Borders? Choice of Forum and Choice of Law for Copyright Infringement in Cyberspace 744
An Introduction to the Law and Economics of the V-Chip 767
The Personality Interest of Artists and Inventors in Intellectual Property 840
Future Directions in International Copyright 941
The 1996 Federal Anti-Dilution Statute 955
Yet Another Fox in the Hen House: Government Protection of Artistic Expression Within Privately Owned Public Spaces 969
Art and the Marketplace of Expression 976
New Lyrics for an Old Melody: The Idea/Expression Dichotomy in the Computer Age 981
Software as Discourse: The Power of Intellectual Property in Digital Architecture 994
Cultural Property, International Trade and Human Rights 1044
E-commerce, Business Method Patents, and the USPTO: An Old Debate for a New Economy 1061
Contributors 1077
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