Schedule

 

Friday, March 9

Photo Gallery

8:00-8:25
Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:25-8:30
Introduction to the Conference
   Robert Barr, BCLT

8:30-10:30
Business Models Enabled by DRM Technologies

Moderator – Anthony Malutta, Townsend and Townsend and Crew
     Dean Marks, Warner Brothers slides
     Victoria Bassetti, EMI Music
     Tom Rubin, Microsoft Corp.
     Todd Alberstone, RealNetworks, Inc. slides
     Gerard Lewis, Comcast
     Andrew Bridges, Winston & Strawn slides
     Hal Varian, iSchool, UC Berkeley slides

10:30-11:00
Break

11:00-12:30
Private Sector Initiatives to Design Technology to Enable (Some) Privileged Uses

Moderator – Marc Kauffman, Nixon Peabody
     Susan Landau, Sun Microsystems slides
     Rene van Buuren, Telematica Institute, Netherlands slides
     David Sohn, Center for Democracy and Technology slides
     Edward Felten, Princeton University
     Julie Cohen, Georgetown Univ. Law Center slides

12:30-2:00
Memorial Keynote Lecture, David Nelson

Introduction – Jim Bennett, Morrison & Foerster
Commissioner J. Thomas Rosch, FTC pdf

2:00-3:30
What Role Should the Government Play in Enabling or Regulating DRM Technologies?

Moderator – Neel Chatterjee, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
     Justin Hughes, Cardozo Law School
     Gigi Sohn, Public Knowledge
     David Carson, Copyright Office slides
     Molly Van Houweling, BCLT & Boalt Hall School of Law
     Richard Owens, World Intellectual Property Organization

3:30-4:00
Break

4:00-5:30
Can Anti-circumvention Rules Be Made Consistent with Privileged Uses?

Moderator – Bob Steinberg, Latham & Watkins
     Jerome H. Reichman, Duke Law School
     Graeme Dinwoodie, Chicago-Kent Law School
     Nic Garnett, Interight.com
     Ian Kerr, Univ. of Ottawa Law School slides

5:45-7:00
Conference Reception at the Berkeley Art Museum
Sponsored By Townsend and Townsend and Crew LLP


Saturday, March 10

8:00-8:30
Check in & Continental Breakfast

8:30-9:00
Keynote Lecture

Introduction – Pamela Samuelson, BCLT
     Lynne Brindley, Chief Executive of the British Library slides

9:00-10:30
Consumer Protection Issues Posed by Sony BMG Copy-Protected CDs

Moderator – Laurence Pulgram, Fenwick & West
     Deirdre Mulligan, BCLT, Samuelson Clinic, & Boalt Hall School of Law slides
     Cindy Cohn, Electronic Frontier Foundation
     Natali Helberger, University of Amsterdam slides
     Jane Winn, University of Washington School of Law

10:30-11:00
Break

11:00-12:30
Interoperability Concerns about DRM Technologies

Moderator – Roger Ross, McDermott, Will & Emery
     Julien Dourgnon, Que Choisir slides
     Stefan Bechtold, Max Planck Institute slides
     Mitch Singer, Sony Pictures slides
     Pamela Samuelson, BCLT, iSchool, & Boalt Hall School of Law slides

12:30-1:30
Lunch

1:30-3:00
Consumer Protection: Inside of Copyright Law or Outside?

Moderator – Peter S. Menell, BCLT & Boalt Hall School of Law
     Bernt Hugenholtz, Univ. of Amsterdam Law School slides
     Niva Elkin-Koren, Univ. of Haifa Law School slides
     Joseph P. Liu, Boston College Law School slides
     Peter Swire, Ohio State Univ. Law School slides
     Luis Villarroel Villalon, Chile Ministry of Education