Hughes F03 Take home exam-Copyright-1

Hughes F03 Take home exam-Copyright-1 - COPYRIGHT LAW _...

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COPYRIGHT  LAW _________________________________________________________________ FALL 2004 Cardozo School of Law L AW  7572A _________________________________________________________________  Take Home Examination Justin Hughes I NTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 1 P ART  I. T RUE /F ALSE  Q UESTIONS ............................................................ 3 P ART  II – A LIEN   V . V ILLAGE  V OICE ....................................................... 9 P ART  III – C OPYRIGHTED  W HAT ?.......................................................... 11 P ART  IV.  B ONUS  Q UESTION ................................................................. 12 I NTRODUCTION This is a take-home examination. Conditions and your professional commitments Once you  have  picked  up  this examination, you  may  not discuss  it with   anyone prior to turning  in your answers.  Nor may you discuss the exam - ination  at ANY time  with  any  student  in the class who  has not taken  it.  Nor may you collaborate on the exam.   Professor  Hughes  permits  you  to  use  any  and  all inanimate  resources  (that is, NOT your fellow students).   The only limitations on outside ma - terials and resources are those  established  by the law  school  for take   home examinations. By turning in your answers you certify that you did  not gain advance  knowledge  of the contents of the examination, that the answers are en- tirely  your own  work, and  that you  have  complied  with  all  relevant  Cardozo School of Law rules. Examination logistics
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2 COPYRIGHT EXAM LAW 7572A You have 24 hours from the time you receive this examination  to return  it  to the Faculty Services office on the 5 th  floor. The Examination  consists of four parts (after this introduction).  Part I is a  set of true/false  questions. Part  II consists of a long  essay  problem; Part  III is a shorter  essay  problem; Part  IV is a short  mini-essay  bonus  ques- tion.  The essays in Part II and  Part III should  be, in the upper  limits, 1250  and  750 words, respectively.  Professor Hughes  takes on no obligation  to  read  beyond  these  word  limits.    That  is,  if  you  have  a  scintillating,  thoughtful,  clever,  and  tight  analysis,  he  might  read  further  -- but  no  guarantees.  You'd  be much  better  off to  keep  your  analysis  within  the  word  limits  or  less. You may include  an outline  to each essay, which  will not  count against the page limit. The illustrations appear at the end of the examination
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