Tuesday, August 19, 2003
When I shared my August 11 "Distrifringement" post with Joe Rosenbaum, one of my colleagues in New York and the head of our e-commerce practice there, he took it as the jumping off point for the lead story in his monthly newsletter, Legal Bytes. In addition to discussing the recent Lowry's Reports, Inc. v. Legg Mason, Inc. case, Joe provides further background on the development of the fair use doctrine and its application in other situations involving the copying and redistribution of copyrighted works. See the current issue (108 KB PDF) for Joe's thoughts, and if you would like to subscribe to Legal Bytes—may as well, it's free, no need to redistribute!—please email Joe (tell him I sent ya).
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