The Acting U.S Register of Copyrights made a letter to American Law Institute asserting the interest of “restating” copyright law that can cause a burden on lawyers in the media business. The American Law Institute has no proper legal rule, but its Restatements are frequently used by lawyers and mentioned by judges.
Music/media industry lawyers are concerned that this exact Restatement will outline copyright law in a way to liberate the protections of creators and rightsholders. Even though, this Restatement can’t prevail anything detailed in statute.
"The case law across the 50 states is voluminous, and it's not always coherent, and Restatements help convey the way the law is interpreted.” – Robin Feldman, Professor at University of California Hastings College of Law
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