This short essay reflects on developments in the law, scholarship, and practice of fair use since the publication in 2004 of an earlier article on patterns in fair use practice and adjudication. It synthesizes many of those developments in the idea of “Madisonian” fair use, borrowing the separation of powers metaphor from James Madison’s work on the US Constitution and applying it, lightly and in a preliminary way, to copyright.
Michael J. Madison,
Madisonian Fair Use,
Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
Available at: https://scholarship.law.pitt.edu/fac_articles/379
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