join the Copyright Society of the USA, the IP Section of the ABA and Columbia
Law School’s Society of International Law for an extraordinary evening at
Columbia Law School on Tuesday
evening, March 12 for an around-the-world look at some of the latest
international developments in the world of copyright, with a panel comprising
some of the world’s leading experts.
Then join us immediately afterwards for a reception
Topics will include an update and discussion
of the implications of:
The new and/or forthcoming WIPO
treaties, including the latest Audiovisual Treaty; the proposed Performers’
Treaty, and the proposed treaty for exceptions for the visually impaired.
for treatment of orphan works.
Worldwide measures to
curb online infringement, including newer forms of infringement in the cloud.
distinguished panel of speakers will include U.S. representatives to the recent
worldwide symposium at Kyoto, Japan, and will include:
Professor Jane Ginsburg, Columbia Law
Prof. Daniel Gervais, Vanderbilt Law
ShiraPerlmutter, Chief Policy Officer and Director for
International Affairs, U.S.
Patent and Trademark Office
Claggett, Associate Register of Copyrights for International Affairs and Policy
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Approximately 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM CT
John Marshall Law School
Time: 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM PT
Location: WEBCAST VIEWING
Fourth and Madison Building
4th Avenue (check in: Floor 29, reception)
Seattle, WA 98104
are pushing out a 678kbps stream and a smaller 192kbps stream for mobile
note that iOS devices will be able to view the embedded video, even though
desktop users will be viewing it via a flash-based player. The LiveStream
service will detect a mobile device and feed it the raw stream, automatically,
in full screen. Alternatively, folks can download the LiveStream app from the
AppStore, search for the channel "clsit" and view the stream that way.