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This expert panel will discuss whether the law regarding music-composition copyright infringement is out of step with modern music production methods and needs to be revised. This DC Bar event is cosponsored by the Copyright Society of the USA.

4/30/2015
When: Thursday, April 30, 2015
12pm-2pm
Where: D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street, NW, Conference Center
Metro Center Station
Washington, District of Columbia  20005
United States
Presenter: Paige Gold, Kenneth Kaufman, Lita Rosario, John Simson, Eric Schwartz
Contact: D.C. Bar Sections Office
202.626.3463

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Presented by the Copyright Committee of the D.C. Bar Intellectual Property Law Section
In co-sponsorship with the Copyright Society of the USA
And the D.C. Bar Arts, Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Section

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In the aftermath of a jury’s $7.3 million dollar award against Robin Thicke, an expert panel will discuss whether the law regarding music-composition copyright infringement is out of step with modern music production methods and needs to be revised.

Moderator
Paige Gold

Speakers
Kenneth Kaufman, Partner, Mannatt Phelps
John Simson, Music attorney
Lita Rosario, Music attorney
Eric Schwartz, Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp

Cost
Arts, Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Section Member
$25.00
Government or Non-Profit Employee $25.00
Intellectual Property Law Section Member $25.00
Law Student (Please bring student ID) $25.00
Non-Section Member $35.00

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