Monday, March 14, 2011

Penn Intellectual Property Group Copyright Symposium

Next Tuesday (March 22nd, 2011), the Penn Intellectual Property Group will be holding its annual symposium at Penn Law School. All are welcome to attend, so if you find yourself in the Philadelphia area, please stop by. This year the symposium will be on copyright law, and there will be panels on content licensing on the Internet, open source law, and copyright and author issues. The schedule for the symposium is as follows:

Keynote Speaker (4:30pm - 5:00pm)
Ken Richieri (New York Times)

Content Licensing and Distribution on the Web (5:00pm - 5:50pm)
Roger Cramer (Selverne & Company)
Bruce Rich (Weil Gotshal)
Jeff Farmer (Limewire)

Open Source and Derivative Work (5:50pm - 6:40pm)
Aaron Williamson (Software Freedom Law Center)
Van Lindberg (Hayes and Boone)
Jay Westermeier (Finnegan)

Copyright and Authors - Three Unique Perspectives (6:40pm - 7:30pm)
Nina Paley (author and cartoonist)
Michael Boni (Boni and Zack)
Marcia Paul (Davis Wright Tremaine)

The symposium has been approved for 3 hours of substantive C.L.E credit.





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