One important component of legal education is a skill called issue spotting. Law school exams typically consist of a complicated, fictional narrative that a student is supposed to analyze. An important part of this analysis is to spot all the issues that are raised. This blog has asked its reader(s) to practice this skill on several occasions, including here and over there. Let’s try it again, in the realm of dog training. (Some copyright bloggers are interested in dog training.
What issues does this page about training a dog’s nose raise about copyright, specifically, the idea/expression dichotomy?