As a copyright attorney, a guilty pleasure of mine is watching YouTube debates on fair use. Seeing these debates is nothing short of inspiring because they prove an important point: anyone – not just attorneys – can understand and debate the law (as it should be). Since YouTube has become one of the primary laboratories

Who would have thought a handful of textbooks purchased in Thailand and shipped to the U.S. would be the subject of repeated discussion at the United States Supreme Court?  Once again, Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, involving the resale of textbooks, is heading to the U.S. high court.  In 2013, the Court decided