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Eric C. Osterberg

Osterberg LLC
Founding Member
Boston, MA, USA


Eric C. Osterberg is the founding member of Osterberg LLC in Stamford, Connecticut. He tries copyright, intellectual property, and general commercial litigation cases in the federal courts and counsels clients on copyright, trademark, trade secret, and false advertising issues. He writes and speaks regularly on copyright issues. Eric’s speaking engagements include appearances before the New York chapter of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A., the Copyright Society of the South, and members of the New York State Bar Association. He serves on the Editorial Board of the AIPLA Quarterly Journal and served on the committee that wrote the model jury instructions for copyright infringement cases in the ABA’s Model Jury Instructions: Copyright, Trademark and Trade Dress Litigation. Eric’s publications include “Should Sound Recordings Really Be Treated Differently Than Other Copyrighted Works? The Illogic of Bridgeport v. Dimension Films,” 53 J. COPYRIGHT SOC’Y 619 (2006) and “What Napster Means for Copyright Infringement,” originally published in the ABA’s Intellectual Property Law Newsletter (Spring 2001) and reprinted under the heading “The Best Articles Published by the ABA” in the ABA’s GP Solo (March 2002).

Eric received his B.A. from Northwestern University and his J.D. from Emory University School of Law. He can be reached by email at eosterberg@osterbergllc.com and found on Twitter @OsterbergEric. His blog is Osterberg’s Blog, http://osterbergblog.typepad.com/blog.

Eric C. Osterberg is associated with the following items:
Treatise  Treatise Substantial Similarity in Copyright Law
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