Looking through (the) Lenz: New Directions in DMCA Notice-and-Takedown Online

By: Jaideep Reddy On September 14, 2015, the Ninth Circuit in Lenz v. Universal Music laid down the … Continue Reading

Fair Use’s Endless Defense: An Update on the Google Books Litigation

On October 16, the Second Circuit issued its decision in Authors Guild v. Google, affirming Google’s fair use … Continue Reading

Bouchat v. Baltimore Ravens – What’s Fair is Fair

The starting point for this story dates back to 1995. A security guard and an amateur artist named … Continue Reading

Potential Copyright Dispute Between Bestselling Authors

In the midst of its recent film release, 50 Shades of Grey is raising eyebrows for a new … Continue Reading

2014 Symposium: Fair Use for Free, or Permitted-but-Paid?

BTLJ is excited to welcome Jane C. Ginsburg of Columbia Law School on April 3–4, 2014 to the 18th Annual BTLJ/BCLT Symposium: The Next Great … Continue Reading

2014 Symposium: Copyright Licensing and Fair Use

BTLJ is excited to welcome Rebecca Tushnet of Georgetown Law School on April 3–4, 2014 to the 18th Annual BTLJ/BCLT Symposium: The Next Great … Continue Reading

2014 Symposium: Reforming Section 108 for Libraries and Archives

BTLJ is excited to welcome David R. Hansen of UNC Law School on April 3–4, 2014 to the 18th Annual BTLJ/BCLT Symposium: The Next … Continue Reading

Google Books Litigation Update

The advent of mass digitization via Google Books has ignited a series of copyright-related actions filed by book … Continue Reading

Network Copyright Wars: "The Hopper," Ad-Skipping DVR, In and Out of Court

The embittered battle between Dish Network and American Broadcasting Companies has given a public face to the struggle … Continue Reading

Winter 2010 News Briefs

This month, our team members have been consumed with outlines, papers, and finals, and now the holidays are … Continue Reading