Granted annually to recognize the best writing by a young lawyer published in the Journal of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A., the Seton Award honors Charles B. Seton (1910-2005), one of the founding members of the Society. To qualify, the article must have been written prior to the author’s 40th birthday. The Seton Award includes a financial prize.


VolIssFirst Last Article Short Citation
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633Jeremyde BeerCanada’s Copyright Tariff-Setting Process: An Empirical Review  45 J. Copyright Soc’y U.S. 546 (1998)
622SofiaRitalaHow Should the American First-Sale Doctrine Be Developed in Light of New Digital Distribution Technologies for Copyrighted Works?  
614BarbaraLauriatFree Trade in Books: The 1878 Royal Commission on Copyright  
602RebeccaTushnetPerformance Anxiety: Copyright Embodied and Disembodied  
592ZviRosenReimagining Bleistein: Copyright for Advertisements in Historical Perspective  
582BrianLee PelandaDeclarations of Cultural Independence: The Nationalistic Imperative Behind the Passage of Early American Copyright Laws, 1783-1787  
573MartinSenftlebenBridging the Differences Between Copyright’s Legal Tradition — The Emerging EC Fair Use Doctrine  
562StephanieBergRemedying the Statutory Damages Remedy for Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability: Balancing Copyright and Innovation in the Digital Age  
552 & 3Makeen F.MakeenThe Protection of Cinematographic Works Under the Copyright Laws of Egypt and Lebanon  
544PatrickMasiyakurimaThe Effectiveness of Judicial Licensing in Copyright Law  
531 & 2Mark H.JaffeDefusing the Time Bomb Once Again – Determining Authorship in a Sound Recording  
523Daniel R.JohnstonDebunking Fair Use Rights and Copyduty Under U.S. Copyright Law  
511CatherineSevillePeter Pan’s Rights: “To Die Will Be and Awfully Big Adventure”  
501Richard B.Graves IIIIGlobalization,Treaty Powers, and the Limits of the Intellectual Property Clause  
494Daniel J.GervaisFeist Goes Global: A Comparative Analysis of the Notion of Originality in Copyright Law  
481 & 2Eric D.LeachEverything You Always Wanted to Know About Digital Performance Rights But Were Afraid to Ask  
471RyanCraigThe Development of Internet Education and the Role of Copyright Law  
464JeffreyWuArt Resale Rights and the Art Resale Market:  A Follow-up Study  
454Tyler T.OchoaDr. Seuss, The Juice and Fair Use: How the Grinch Silenced a Parody 45 J. Copyright Soc’y U.S. 546 (1998)
451ScottGlaubermanCitizen Suits Against States:  The Exclusive Jurisdiction Dilemma  
443RebeccaMartinThe WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty:  Will the U.S. Whistle a New Tune?  
433IraBrandissWriting in Frost on a Window Pane:  E-mail and Chatting on RAM and Copyright Fixation  
423JenniferHallBlues and Public Domain: No More Dues to Pay?  
413RobertCasslerCopyright Royalty Tribunal:  Balancing the Record  
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392AnthonyNolanBrave New World? Copyright Protection of Computer Programs in Germany and France in Light of the European Community Software Directive  
381ShiraPerlmutterThe Scope of Copyright in Telephone Directories:  Keep Listing Information in the Public Domain  
342AndreaRushThe Canadian Copyright Appeal Board: In Retrospect and In Revision