#CSUSAmember News | September 2015
Friday, July 31, 2015
What were our members up to this summer?
Adam Freedman joined Feldman, Golinsky, Reedy + Senouf.
The Copyright Alliance announced pro bono legal services for individuals and businesses.
Elena Rizzo won Fordham University's Hawk and Schumann Awards.
Troy Larson joined Cigna.
Joe Salvo spoke at NYIPLA's "Hot Topics in Intellectual Property Law" conference.
Pamela Samuelson and Joe Gratz discussed the challenges of mass digitization with the Wikimedia Foundation.
Sandra Aistars joined George Mason Law's Arts & Entertainment Advocacy Program
Terri Doud joined T. Rowe Price
Robert Brauneis was quoted on the "Happy Birthday" copyright by the New York Times.
The Texas Chapter held "'We're Not Gonna Take It': The New Grass Roots, the #irespectmusic Campaign & Fair Play Fair Pay Act."
The Midwest Chapter held "Blurred Lines & Bright Lines: Copyright Lessons from the Blurred Lines Trial" with Lawyers for the Creative Arts.
The Philadelphia Chapter held "Rip-Off or Fair Use? Does Copyright Law Adequately Protect Photography and the Visual Arts?" featuring Nancy Wolff and artists Sarah Stolfa David Graham (cosponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance).
Also, we were extremely saddened to hear of the passing of Joseph Mello.
What's coming up?
Northwest Chapter: The Blurred Lines Between Theft and Homage, September 15
New York Chapter: Copyright & Collaborative Works: Important Lessons from Recent Cases, September 24
Other Events Organized by Members
Columbia University Kernochan Center: Annual Symposium, "Copyright Outside the Box," October 2
Brigham Young University: Copyright Symposium, October 20-21
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