Copyright law protects original works and is the basis for literature, music, drama, visual arts, sound recordings, computer programs and more. It continues to grow in importance both domestically and internationally, and poses legal questions involving ownership, litigation strategies, Internet issues, and more. This program focuses on the handling of commonly encountered procedures and problems as well as new copyright issues that are developing. Learn how to protect your clients' copyright interests, as a faculty of experts in copyright law provide practical guidance on how to identify, handle and solve basic copyright problems.
At 10:45 AM on Monday, July 24, 2006, Alexandra DeNeve will present "Enforcing Copyrights " covering the basics of copyright litigation, including defenses such as parody and fair use; examination of litigation strategies, both proactive and reactive.
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