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The Blurred Lines Between Theft and Homage
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Using court documents and dozens of audio examples, this presentation will provide a detailed discussion of the expert musicology testimony and the jury instructions in the recent Blurred Lines music copyright case. It will also situate the case in the context of other well-known music infringement cases and unchallenged examples of musical homage and allusion past and present.

9/15/2015
When: 9/15/2015
Noon until 1:30pm
Where: K&L Gates
925 4th Avenue
Floor 29
Seattle, Washington  98104
United States
Contact: Mark Wittow


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The Blurred Lines Between Theft and Homage featuring Robert Clarida  

Using court documents and dozens of audio examples, this presentation will provide a detailed discussion of the expert musicology testimony and the jury instructions in the recent "Blurred Lines" music copyright case. It will also situate the case in the context of other well-known music infringement cases and unchallenged examples of musical homage and allusion past and present.

Lunch will be provided.

Cost
Members FREE
Students FREE
Others $10 in advance, $20 at door. 

1 Washington State CLE Credit Pending

Presenter
Robert Clarida is a Partner at Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC. He is widely recognized for his intellectual property expertise and has extensive experience in all aspects of securing, enforcing and licensing non-patent intellectual property rights, and in advising a broad range of clients on effective strategies for maximizing value and avoiding infringement risk.

Bob speaks and writes frequently on copyright issues. He is the author of the treatise COPYRIGHT LAW DESKBOOK (BNA 2009).

Bob co-authors the regular copyright law column in the New York Law Journal, teaches a seminar on emerging intellectual property issues at Columbia Law School, and serves as the co-chair of the Copyright Committee of the New York State Bar Association's IP Section.

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Refunds must be requested in writing at least three business days before the event. Refunds will not be issued after that point. Unfortunately, we will not be able to credit your registration payment toward a future event, but you may allow another person attend in your place.

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