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Copyright and Access to Knowledge

This workshop is organised in cooperation with the European University Institute (EUI), the Osservatorio di Proprietà Intellettuale, Concorrenza e Comunicazioni (OPICC), the Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli (LUISS), and the Centro Ricerca di Eccellenza per il Diritto d’Autore (CREDA), the European University of Rome.

25 – 26 November 2011 EUI, Department of Law Villa Schifanoia Via Boccaccio 121 50133 Florence Italy

PROGRAMME 25 November 2011 (Chair: Gustavo Ghidini) 13.00 Registration and light lunch 14.00 Introduction Gustavo Ghidini (University of Milan; LUISS Guido Carli, Rome; Senior Braudel Fellow, EUI). 15.00 The Proportionality Principle in Copyright Law – Rethinking the INFOSOC Directive in the light of the European “free uses”(Berne Convention) and U.S. “fair use” Doctrine Norbert Reich (University of Bremen) Comments from: Linda Briceño Moraia (University of Milan) 16:00 Coffee break 16.15 Competition, Copyright and Access (Chair: Giorgio Monti) Comments from: Steve Anderman (University of Essex and University of Stockholm) 20.00 Dinner 26 November 2011 (Chair: Giorgio Monti) 10.00 A Constitutional Perspective on Patent Law and Access Geertrui Van Overwalle (University of Leuwen) Comments from: Andrea Stazi (LUISS Guido Carli, Rome) 11.00 Coffee break 11:15 Intellectual property: Exclusive rights for a Purpose – The Case of Technology Protection by Patents and Copyright Hanns Ullrich (Max-Planck Institut, Munich) Comments from: Emanuela Arezzo (LUISS Guido Carli, Rome) 12.00 Final Discussion 12.30 End of Workshop 13.00 Light lunch

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