Topic: Copyright Registrations & the Copyright Office: What You Need to Know
The Supreme Court’s Fourth Estate v. Wall-Street.com case may make copyright registration more important than ever. Attend this session to learn the ins and outs of copyright registration, including when (and when not) to register, best practices for the registration process, common registration pitfalls, and opportunities to add value — in and outside of litigation — with copyright registration.
Speaker: Peter M. Routhier
Peter Routhier is an intellectual property lawyer focused on copyright and trademark law. Peter provides strategic counsel on the maintenance and preservation of copyright and trademark rights, enforces those rights in federal litigation, and defends against third-party infringement claims. Peter is also active in the usual adjacent areas of law, handling false advertising, right of publicity, defamation, and utility and design patent issues and claims.
Peter is particularly experienced in copyright law. He has represented clients in federal copyright litigation spanning virtually the entire copyright landscape, including cases involving computer software, textile and other apparel design, written and recorded music, audiovisual works including network television programs, literature, fine art, photography, architecture, sculptural works of various sorts including monuments and toys, business forms and documents, online works involving web scraping, and a variety of other works and claims. Outside of the litigation context, Peter has provided counsel on a similarly broad array of copyright matters, including music licensing, the anti-circumvention and safe harbor provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and the copyright issues that may arise out of the termination of software and other vendor contracts.
CLE credit has been requested.
Remote attendance is available.
Member Cost: Free
Non-Member Cost: $10
Please register no later than August 20, 2019.
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