Sounds Fair to Me! The Copyright Game Show

Come join the fun at this musical, interactive event!
Wednesday, Feb 26, 2020 – 10:00am to 11:30am
Research Library (Charles E. Young), Main Conference Room
As part of our Fair Use Week events, we present the latest edition of Sounds Fair to Me! The Copyright Game Show. This interactive event will focus exclusively on copyright issues in the world of music.
Your hosts will take you through a series of significant copyright controversies, and live-poll the audience to see how you think the controversies should be resolved. Then we will toss it over to our esteemed panel of experts to explain the real world result, and discuss how resulting decision impacts composers and musicians. All this, presented in a light-hearted game show context! This event it not to be missed.

Our esteemed panel of experts:

Judith Finell – UCLA Music Industry Professor, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music: Consultant
Robert Fink – Chair, Music Industry Program, UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
David Nimmer – UCLA Law Professor and author of Nimmer on Copyright
The game will run from 10AM to 11AM, followed by 30 minutes of open Q&A with our expert panel.

RSVP below, and Mark your calendars!

Author
ARL
Organization
UCLA Library