New Cases in Copyright Law—Internet and Beyond
Practising Law Institute
Eleanor M. Lackman will be speaking on the panel, "New Cases in Copyright Law—Internet and Beyond," at the Practising Law Institute's "Fundamentals of Copyright Law in the Data Era 2019" event taking place on July 8, 2019 at the PLI California office.
"New Cases in Copyright Law—Internet and Beyond"
Speaker: Eleanor M. Lackman, MSK
1:00 PM PDT
- A review of major copyright case law over the past year
- Impact of case law on copyright law practice
Why You Should Attend
With every year, new and notable developments emerge in copyright law that steal headlines and change the practice. Technological advancements create more platforms for creators and offer broader access to consumers for copyrightable content. Simultaneously, the laws governing copyright face novel challenges that are not always sparked by new technologies. Attend this foundation-setting program to understand the basic tenets of copyright law and learn some of the most current legal developments and experience why this area of intellectual property law continues to fascinate.
What You Will Learn
• Basic Principles of Copyright Law, including rights, ownership, registration
• Copyright Enforcement, including protecting copyrights, litigation, damages
• Notable copyright case law and their practical takeaways
• Intermediary Liability and the DMCA
• Emerging issues in music copyright, including the Music Modernization Act
Who Should Attend
Attorneys engaged or interested in copyright law practice would find this program informative.
*CLE credit offered for the program