While policymakers pay much attention to copyrights, exceptions to copyright protection also promote innovation and are a major catalyst of U.S. economic growth. Specific exceptions to copyright protection under U.S. and international law, generally classified under the broad heading of Fair Use, are vital to many industries and stimulate growth across the economy.
- Issues in Scholarly Communication: Discussion Leader's Guide: Author Rights: An Introductory Discussion
- Amicus Brief in Support of Tasini
- Library Copyright Alliance Supports Orphan Works Reform
- Eldred v. Ashcroft: Amicus Brief in support of Eldred
- Faulkner v. National Geographic Society: Amicus Brief in support of National Geographic Society
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios v. Grokster and Jerry Leiber Music v. Grokster: Amicus brief in support of Grokster
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc, v. Grokster, Ltd.: Amicus brief in support of Grokster.
- Letter to Representatives re: H.R. 1201, The FAIR USE Act (Mar. 21, 2007)
- ALA and ARL Response to the Section 108 Study Group Regarding Interlibrary Loan and Other Copies for Users