Rick is giving a lecture on online music services and copyright law, entitled “Will Consumers Ever Get What They Want from Online Music Services? How Copyright Law Creates and Impedes Five Types of Online Music Services,” tomorrow, October 26, 2011, at Colorado University Law School in Boulder. It’s been a few years since Rick gave a proper classroom lecture, but we know he’ll shake off the rust. It’s supposed to be snowing in Boulder tomorrow!
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