Means/Ends Analysis in Copyright Law: Eldred v. Ashcroft in One ActScholarly Works
AbstractScene: The quiet hallway of a law school. A troubled young professor of Intellectual Property law stands in front of a senior colleague's office and studies a pencil sketch of Bushrod Washington taped to the door. After a moment's hesitation, he knocks and enters.
Citation InformationDan T. Coenen and Paul J. Heald. "Means/Ends Analysis in Copyright Law: Eldred v. Ashcroft in One Act" (2002)
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