iCopyright: Hot Topics in Copyright Law

5/5/2010

Intellectual Property Litigation, Technology Transactions, Copyright, and Advertising and Marketing Law

Morrison & Foerster LLP
1290 Avenue of the Americas. 39th Floor
New York, NY

Karen L. HagbergJames E. Hough, and Paul Goldstein

Karen L. HagbergJames E. Hough, and Paul Goldstein

Seminar

Rachel LaQuercia
rlaquercia@mofo.com
212/336-4068

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The paradigm shift from print to digital books and electronic distribution continues to accelerate, raising important issues for copyright owners.  Our panel will discuss current legal issues related to digital rights including construction of copyright contracts and termination rights, as well as the impact of recent case law.  Kevin Saul, the Apple in-house attorney who has been at the forefront of iPad’s publishing arrangements, will be our special guest for this seminar.  Also on the panel will be Stanford professor Paul Goldstein, a nationally recognized expert on copyright issues and author of the authoritative four-volume treatise, Goldstein on Copyright.

Speakers:

  • Moderator: 
    Karen Hagberg, Partner, Morrison & Foerster

  • Kevin Saul, Associate General Counsel for iTunes, Apple Inc.

  • Paul Goldstein, Professor, Stanford Law School and Of Counsel, Morrison & Foerster

  • Jim Hough, Partner, Morrison & Foerster

Schedule:

Registration:  12:00 - 12:30 p.m.
Program:  12:30 - 2:00 p.m.

This event is invitation-only and not open to the press.

NEW YORK: Morrison & Foerster LLP has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York.

CLE credits for this program are pending.

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