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Rip-Off or Fair Use? Copyright Law, Photography and the Visual Arts

A Copyright Expert’s Look at the Blurred Lines Case with Robert Clarida

New York Chapter Lunch

The Forty-Fifth Annual Donald C. Brace Memorial Lecture

2/11/2016 » 2/13/2016
Mid-Winter Meeting 2016

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The Copyright Society of the USA is a center of the U.S. copyright community for business people, lawyers in private practice and in-house, law professors and law students who share a common interest in copyright and related intellectual property rights. A 501(c) 3 not-for-profit corporation founded in 1953, the Society works to advance the study and understanding of copyright law and related rights, the scope of rights in literature, music, art, theater, motion picture, television, computer software, architecture, and other works of authorship, and their distribution via both traditional and new media.

The Society provides outstanding opportunities for interaction with all facets of the copyright law community. The Society holds national events such as The Brace Lecture, Annual Meeting, and Mid-Winter Meeting. In addition, its eleven regional Chapters conduct events in their respective areas. The Society also publishes the Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA, promotes Copyright Awareness in schools, and awards the annual Seton Award and Award for Excellence in Creativity.

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