From James Joyce to Harry Potter and John Lennon: The Impact of Fair Use on Scholarship and Free Expression
Monday, 2 March, 5pm, CIEMAS, Schiciano Auditorium A. Reception following the program.
Anthony Falzone, executive director of the Stanford Fair Use Project, will discuss fair use law and free expression using examples from recent litigation, including the highly publicized Harry Potter Lexicon (Rowling vs. RDR Books) and Barack Obama "HOPE" poster cases.
Falzone is an intellectual property litigator who has defended writers, publishers, filmmakers, musicians and video game makers against copyright, trademark, rights of publicity and other intellectual property claims. This event is co-sponsored by the Duke University Libraries, the UNC University Library, UNC’s Center for Media Law and Policy, and the Triangle Research Libraries Network.
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