Explanation of a Sad day: Golan v. Holder II

On January 18th the Supreme Court ruled (6-2) to uphold the Tenth Circuit Court decision to uphold a federal law that granted Congress unprecedented control over works in the public domain. I wrote a previous post detailing the arguments themselves. Some of the arguments that were made I agreed with. Some left me unconvinced. The … More Explanation of a Sad day: Golan v. Holder II

Golan v. Holder : Holding on to the Public Domain

Wednesday, October 5, 2011 marked the final hearing for the case of Golan v. Holder before the United States Supreme Court. The court battle has waged for over a decade and expects the final decision before the end of the current Supreme Court session. The decision will determine whether the United States Congress is able … More Golan v. Holder : Holding on to the Public Domain