127: I Own My Fist
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February 24, 2017
When people say they can do whatever they want with their property, what do they mean? With Christopher Newman, we go back to first principles to think about property and copyright in new, and yet old, ways. This show’s links: Christopher Newman’s faculty profile and writing Christopher Newman, Vested Use-Privileges in Property and Copyright Wesley Newcomb Hohfeld, Some Fundamental Legal Conceptions as Applied in Judicial Reasoning Christian Turner, Legal Theory 101, Reading 3: Hohfeld Tom Bell and Chris Newman discussing Bell’s book, Intellectual Privilege Tahoe-Sierra Preservation Council, Inc. v. Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council Eric Claeys, Labor, Exclusion, and Flourishing in Property Law Folsom v. Marsh and Sony Corp. v. Universal City Studios Christopher Newman, An Exclusive License Is Not an Assignment: Disentangling Divisibility and Transferability of Ownership in Copyright Special Guest: Christopher Newman.