Understanding Copyright Law

7/27/2009

Intellectual Property Litigation and Copyright

PLI New York Center
New York, NY

Speaking Engagement

Intellectual property has increasingly become one of the most important assets in a business, regardless of the type of industry. Consequently, practitioners need to understand the basic tenets of copyright law so they can protect their clients’ interests appropriately. Learn all you need to know as renowned experts lead you through the nuts and bolts of this constantly changing field. Expert faculty will address the elements that comprise a valid copyright, in addition to ways copyright holders should enforce and protect their rights. An in-depth discussion of copyright licensing will provide valuable strategies that practitioners should keep in mind when advising clients. There will also be a review of Internet issues involving copyrights, which continuously arise these days, with music, movie, and television downloading posing significant legal challenges for copyright holders. If you want to keep current in this dynamic field while learning the most important concepts, this is the program for you. Learn how to protect your clients’ copyright interests as a faculty of copyright law experts provides practical guidance on how to identify, handle, and solve basic copyright problems.

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