ALAI 2001 Congress
Adjuncts and Alternatives to Copyright
New York, June 13-17
Columbia Law School
435 West 116th Street
New York City
Theme of the Congress:
Copyright law today is very much in flux, encountering pressures for change from within and without the copyright system. The ALAI 2001 Congress explored two legal regimes that supplement, and perhaps are in some respects coming to supplant, traditional copyright law. The first two days addressed technological protection and copyright management systems; the third considered the relationship of copyright and trademark law, particularly with regard to overlapping subject matter, such as design marks and visual characters.
This page hosts the Congress proceedings, including the papers presented at the Congress and supporting documents.