Golan v. Holder is a Supreme Court case whose decision will potentially affect the copyright status of a large body of works of art, including well-known music and films. The case, originally filed in 2001, challenged the constitutionality of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act, an international treaty that restored copyright status to foreign works previously in the public domain. This case sheds light on Congress’ breadth of power over intellectual property and international commerce. In this podcast, Finnegan partners Erika H. Arner and Robert D. Litowitz discuss the Supreme Court case, Golan v. Holder, and its implications for the future.

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