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Arbitration and Mediation of Copyright Disputes

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

SPEAKER 1: The last leg-- Alida Camp. ALIDA CAMP: It's probably the end of a long day, but this is a bit different. What I'm here to do is try to encourage you to use mediation and arbitration as alternatives to litigation in not only copyright, but really any disputes. But it makes a lot of sense in copyright. Is it always appropriate? No. But do I think it's something that you ought to discuss with your clients with the parties to the case with ...

Art Law and Copyright

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

RICHARD DANNAY: OK. Welcome back. I hope everyone had a good lunch. We have a great panel for this afternoon. Unfortunately, the moderator's voice is barely in play, but I'm going to introduce all three of our speakers as I did in the morning. And then Simon will begin. To my right and our first speaker in the afternoon is Simon Frankel, who is a litigation partner in the San Francisco office of Covington & Burling and chair of his firm's intellectual ...

Basic Principles of Copyright Law & Copyright Office Practice

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Recorded on: Jul. 10, 2013

KATHERINE C. SPELMAN: We begin with what I think is the two best presenters on the topic of basic principles of copyright law. They have worked very hard to present for you a way by which you can be meaningfully introduced to the substantive topic, so that when you finish this time with them together, you will have a much greater depth of understanding. Even if you are a copyright expert, they will run you over the cavalettis, making you think again ...

Breakouts: Copyright/Licensing

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Recorded on: Oct. 9, 2013

WILLIAM SLOAN COATS: And so I guess, in contrast, I'm talking about the least interesting copyright cases of the [INAUDIBLE] months, just to show some contrast with Lateef, who gets the important stuff. Copyright update-- but I've just entitled it "Some Recent Interesting Copyright Cases." And as a criteria, of course, I'm using the stuff that was interesting to me. Now hopefully it's interesting to you also. But I would be unsurprised, ...

Breakouts: Copyright/Licensing

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Recorded on: Oct. 9, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Intellectual Property Law Institute 2013 Recorded October, 2013 in San FranciscoBreakouts: Copyright/Licensing [01:31:28] Copyright Update Recent cases TPP/Legislative update Orphan works and small copyright claims Copyright terminations Sampling and mashups The U.S. Supreme Court and Kirtsaeng: The Future of Copyright Price Discrimination in Global and Domestic Markets The First Sale Doctrine and its role ...

Can Fair Use Be Fixed? If So, How?

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

PETER JASZI: In fact, I actually am going to give a presentation today that will at least initially be a little more upbeat than the title suggests, the title being, Can Fair Use Be Fixed, implying, I think, that it needs to be fixed. And I actually would like to throw into doubt or open up for argument the question about whether any fix is required or, indeed, whether any fix is likely to do more good than harm. So let me start by going in at the ...

Can The DMCA Be Fixed? If So, How?

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

LATEEF MTIMA: OK. This is like that Bette Davis line, "Fasten your seat belts, this is going to be a bumpy ride," not only because this is DMCA, but, literally, talk about up-to-the-minute developments. Some of the latest key decisions on the DMCA have been happening over the last couple of weeks. And in fact, we had a decision just yesterday. So last night I'm tinkering getting this stuff in. OK. So I'm going to talk about the DMCA. And ...

Communications Law in the Digital Age 2013 -- Intellectual Property

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From the program: Communications Law in the Digital Age 2013

Recorded on: Nov. 18, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Communications Law in the Digital Age 2013 Recorded November 2013 in New YorkLecture TopicIntellectual Property [01:29:46] After Prince and Meltwater, is fair use expanding or contracting? Is anything left to the DMCA safe harbors after YouTube and Veoh? How are recent copyright cases affecting the technical design of new digital business? New boundaries of first sale: digital “used” – and foreign made – copies ...

Copyright Enforcement Update

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Recorded on: Feb. 12, 2013

KATHLEEN E. MCCARTHY: Welcome back, everyone. We're starting off the afternoon with copyright enforcement update where we're going to get two experts here talking about fair use, gray goods, and computer software protection issues in the copyright area. The first speaker is Dale Cendali who's a partner at Kirkland and who has argued before the supreme court not once, but twice, won the Harry Potter Lexicon case in a trial that was hotly followed and ...

Copyright Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2013

JOSEPH YANG: Thank you, Sally. It's now my pleasure to introduce our next speaker, Cydney Tune, on copyright licensing. Cydney is council at Pillsbury San Francisco office, and leads the firm's Copyrights practice and Media and Entertainment industry team. Her practice includes a wide variety of intellectual property issues, not only including copyrights and trademarks, but also entertainment, licensing, and e-commerce. The Daily Journal has named ...

Copyright Licensing: Has Copyright Become Contractualized?

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

PETER JASZI: OK. The contractualization of copyright. In my view, one of the most interesting and important topics. Listen up. GLORIA C. PHARES: All right. So I have the daunting task of being the last thing that stands between you and lunch. And before getting to my presentation, though, I want to explain the copyright licensing materials in your handbook. The outline and the cut off for the outline is January 18. And the table of contents, which ...

Copyright Licensing

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Recorded on: Dec. 11, 2013

Taken from the Web Program Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2013 Recorded December, 2013 in San FranciscoCopyright Licensing [01:03:49] Rationale for licensing Fundamentals of a copyright license Key provisions and practical considerations Creative Commons licenses The purchase price of this segment includes the following article(s) from the Course Handbook available online: Copyright LicensingBarry I. Slotnick Copyright ...

Corporate Counsel Panel: Hot Topics and Best Practices

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Recorded on: Oct. 9, 2013

ROBERT TAYLOR: We are back on. And welcome back. Welcome, also, to our webcast audience. And this is the corporate panel discussion that we've made a part of this program for a number of years. And one of the reasons the people who attend tell us that they like this particular segment is it provides some real world insights into the legal issues that are discussed by a lot of the other panelists. And, as I think we all know, rules of law emerge from ...

Current Trends in IT Litigation and eDiscovery

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Recorded on: May. 17, 2013

PETER BROWN: OK, another quick change. Now we're going to move on to another important topic, which is current developments in litigation and in eDiscovery as they impact upon the field of IT. We've brought in two experts, both of whom were also speakers at the New York version of this conference and very well received. The first speaker is to my far right, Peter Pizzi. Peter is the managing partner of the New York office of the law firm of Connell ...

Cutting-Edge Developments in Technotainment Litigation

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Recorded on: Sep. 19, 2013

SPEAKER 1: All right. Back for more litigation, time for the scary topic. But, actually, the very important one. Because we're going to have the year in review and convergence cases by Rhonda Trotter. Rhonda is a partner at Kaye Scholer. She's a trial lawyer. God bless her, because at least somebody is willing to do that. Rhonda is also co-chair of her firm's copyright, trademark, and false advertising group. Long ago, or at some point in her past, ...

Enforcing Copyrights

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Recorded on: Jul. 10, 2013

KATE: Welcome back to the second of our calisthenic exercises as we learn the language of copyright. I'm sure you all feel like you have your seat belts fastened and you now have a good understanding of copyrights in the most fundamental way. Of course, we all know that the right of copyright is the right to exclude, and the right to exclude includes litigation. And we have today to run us through the issues of enforcing copyrights, enforcing that ...

Fair Use & Permissions

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Recorded on: Jul. 10, 2013

KATHERINE C. SPELMAN: Our next presentation is one that is also a hard slot to fill for the reason that some would say the fair use doctrine is a circumstance when the minnow has swallowed the whale. Fair use began a long time ago, and Dale will tell you more. I will stay away from it, even though I'm itching to do that because it's such an interesting topic. But when you have someone who is as generous with their time as Dale is being today, I do ...

Has Copyright Become Untethered from its Constitutional Moorings?

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Recorded on: Oct. 9, 2013

SPEAKER: Let's come back to order. Our next presentation is going to be by Andrew Bridges, who is a partner at Fenwick & West in San Francisco in Silicon Valley. Andrew has distinguished himself for his representation of many, many Silicon Valley companies in all sorts of litigation involving challenges by content providers to some of the things that are possible now with modern day electronics and the internet. And I'm delivering a fairly brief ...

How is Copyright Law Coping with Disruptive Technologies?

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Recorded on: Jul. 10, 2013

KATHERINE C. SPELMAN: Thank you. If you see Lenny, could you tell him that we're eager for his participation? Welcome. Everything today has been a warm up act for this, the last panel, the important panel where we take all the bits and pieces that we put together, and now all we actually take it on the road and we see what happens when we make all the moving parts move. So this is the part where we talk about the hottest issue we can find, and we ...

Intellectual Property

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Recorded on: Nov. 18, 2013

BRUCE P. KELLER: We're going to start with the intellectual property segment. And as is always the case, we kick it off with a tour around the intellectual property world presented by Mary Snapp, who's Corporate Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of the Products and Services Division in Microsoft's Law and Corporate Affairs Department, where she oversees the work of over 200 lawyers and legal professionals who provide support to all of Microsoft's ...

Introduction

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Recorded on: Apr. 24, 2013

TAMARA C. KIWI: It's now my pleasure to introduce you to the chair of our program, Richard Dannay. Richard is a partner with Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman in New York City. He practices in the areas of copyright, publishing, and trademark law. He is the past president of the Copyright Society of the USA and one of its honorary trustees. Richard is also a former chair of the committee on copyright and literary property of the New York City Bar Association. ...

Introduction

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Recorded on: Jul. 10, 2013

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to introduce to you the chair of today's program, Kate Spelman. Kate Spelman is a partner in the Seattle office of K&L Gates LLP. She has special expertise in cutting-edge copyright matters, as well as in the area of providing strategic advice, design, and implementation for start-up companies. In addition to her counselling and transactional work, Kate has extensive litigation experience. It's my pleasure to turn ...

Introduction

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Recorded on: Feb. 12, 2013

TAMARA KIWI: It's now my pleasure to introduce you to the chairs of our program. To my immediate right is by Brian Brokate, who is the head of Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty's intellectual property practice group. Brian has extensive experience in the area of intellectual property law, and in investigation and enforcement procedures to combat the infringement of trademarks and copyrights. He focuses on anticounterfeiting and infringement litigation. ...

Music Licensing in a Digital/Online World

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Recorded on: Sep. 19, 2013

CYDNEY A. TUNE: --going to break now. You might want to wiggle your toes. But we're going to make a quick change because we have really fabulous music panel coming up, and they have a lot to cover, so we don't want to waste time. So as they're making the switch, I'm going to introduce them. So I'm not sure what order they'll be in yet. SPEAKER: J. T. CYDNEY A. TUNE: So we're going to have Jeff Brabec right next to me here. Jeff is, again, you have ...

New Cases in Copyright Law - Internet and Beyond

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Recorded on: Jul. 10, 2013

KATHERINE C. SPELMAN: Welcome back to the second part of our remarkable day of Copyright in the Data Era. I hope you're enjoying a satisfying day. We are getting bigger and better in our vocabulary about copyright and conjugating in the copyright verbs. This that you are going to see now is an exciting hand gallop through the many, many places of copyright litigation this year. Our two speakers are specifically selected for their enormous appetite ...

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