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Meeting of the Global Network on Flexible Limitations and Exceptions

by Prasad Krishna last modified Oct 04, 2012 05:59 AM
American University Washington College of Law organized a meeting of the Global Network in Washington D.C., on September 12 to 15, 2012. Pranesh Prakash was one of the 25 participants.

Agenda

September 12

4:00-6:00

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September 13

5:00-6:00 PIJIP Welcoming Reception, Room 600. The reception will be a joint welcome for the L&E Network and a concluding reception for an Orphan Works meeting with librarians hosted by Pam Samuelson and the Berkeley clinic.
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September 14

9:00 Welcome Introduction
9:30 Discussion of the model open text
12:30 Lunch
1:15 Review of draft 3-Step paper (to be circulated)
2:15 Roundtable on current developments in local contexts
3:30 Review of the current state of the TPP negotiations and U.S. proposed text on Limitations and Exceptions
5:00 Transport to Leesburg – site of TPP meeting
7:00 Dinner reception with TPP IP negotiators

September 15

9:30 Discussion of the model arguments and counterarguments document
11:30 Discussion of a possible report of findings to accompany the models
12:30 Lunch
1:15 Roundtable on the way forward
  • What work should we prioritize between this meeting and the December Global Congress?
  • What research is the group currently engaged in that may bear on limitations and exceptions?
  • How could this group define future uses of the network after the Global Congress? One example might be a book or other collection of case studies reporting on how laws actually work in given countries.
3:15 Roundtable on local forums continued: where are L&E interventions needed most?
4:00 End of meeting

The following individuals participated:

  • Martin Senftleben
  • Pedro Paranagua
  • Pedro Mizukami
  • Dick Kawooya
  • Hong Xue
  • Jennifer Urban
  • Pam Samuelson
  • Ahmed Abdel Latif
  • Peter Yu
  • Andrew Rens
  • Carlos Affonso Pereira de Souza
  • Oliver Metzger
  • Gwen Hinze
  • Peter Jaszi
  • Michael Carroll
  • Sean Flynn
  • Meredith Jacob
  • Matt Sag
  • Jonathan Band
  • Ariel Katz
  • Howard Knopf
  • Alberto Cerda Silva
  • Pranesh Prakash
  • Allan Rocha de Souza
  • Sylvie Nerisson
  • Lila Bailey

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