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AMSP Amicus Brief in support of Patrick Cariou

AMSP Amicus Brief in support of Patrick Cariou

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11-1197-cv
United States Court of Appeals
 for the
 Second Circuit
PATRICK CARIOU,
 Plaintiff-Appellee,
-V.-RICHARD PRINCE,
 Defendant-Appellant, 
GAGOSIAN GALLERY, INC., LAWRENCE GAGOSIAN,
  Defendants-Appellants.
 
BRIEF OF
 AMICI CURIAE 
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MEDIAPHOTOGRAPHERS, INC. AND PICTURE ARCHIVE COUNCIL OFAMERICA, INC. IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFF-APPELLEE ANDAFFIRMANCE
Dale M. CendaliClaudia RayKirkland & Ellis LLP601 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10022-4611Michael WilliamsKirkland & Ellis LLP655 Fifteenth Street, N.W.Washington, DC 20005-5793
 Attorneys for Amici Curiae
Case: 11-1197 Document: 178 Page: 1 02/02/2012 515802 28
 
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RULES 26.1 CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
 Amicus curiae
American Society of Media Photographers, Inc. has no parentcorporation, and no publicly held corporation owns 10% or more of its stock.
 Amicus curiae
Picture Archive Council of America, Inc. has no parentcorporation, and no publicly held corporation owns 10% or more of its stock.
Case: 11-1197 Document: 178 Page: 2 02/02/2012 515802 28
 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTSPage
RULES 26.1 CORPORATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT ................................... i
 
TABLE OF AUTHORITIES ................................................................................... iii
 
STATEMENT OF THE IDENTITY AND INTEREST OF
 AMICI CURIAE 
.......... 1
 
STATEMENT OF ISSUES ADDRESSED BY
 AMICI CURIAE 
............................. 2
 
INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF ARGUMENT ........................................ 2
 
ARGUMENT ............................................................................................................. 5
 
I.
 
PHOTOGRAPHS EMBODY SIGNIFICANT CREATIVEEXPRESSION AND ARE FULLY ENTITLED TO COPYRIGHTPROTECTION. ............................................................................................ 5
 
II.
 
A WORK MUST DO MORE THAN MERELY TRANSFORM THEORIGINAL IN ORDER TO BE A FAIR USE. .......................................... 8
 
A.
 
An Unauthorized Copy That Does Not Alter The Character Or Purpose Of The Original Is An Infringing Derivative Work. ............... 9
 
B.
 
The Inquiry Into Whether The Unauthorized Use Of A CreativeWork Is Transformative Looks First To The Copier’s IntentAnd Purpose, Not The Public’s “Reasonable Perceptions.” ............... 13
 
III.
 
PERMITTING UNLIMITED USE OF PHOTOGRAPHS WITHOUTPERMISSION OR COMPENSATION WOULD UNDERMINE THEECONOMIC INCENTIVE FOR THE CREATION OF NEWWORKS. .................................................................................................... 18
 
CONCLUSION ........................................................................................................22
 
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE ....................................................................... 23
 
Case: 11-1197 Document: 178 Page: 3 02/02/2012 515802 28

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