For the past 4 years, while teaching a copyright litigation seminar at Cornell Law, I wrote my own course materials. They include a number of primers dealing with key issues in copyright litigation. The primers are not intended to be exhaustive or a substitute for legal advice or a legal opinion in response to a specific set of facts and should not be relied on for that purpose. The primers are instead designed to explain a complex copyright topic as simply as possible. They will be posted below and will be revised to include new developments. I am now happy to share this information to a wider audience in the hopes the primers add to the public’s knowledge about the intricacies and complexities of copyright law.
– Andrew Berger