10/20-10/21: BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY Copyright Symposium
Thursday, October 1, 2015
We are pleased to be a Bronze Sponsor of Brigham Young University’s Copyright Symposium, 10/20-10/21 at the BYU Conference Center. Don't miss this unique event!
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The symposium brings together stakeholders interested in copyright law throughout the academic, legal, business, creative, and technology communities. The symposium will open with an evening reception, followed by a full day of panel discussions and presentations by government officials, industry professionals, legal scholars, content creators and others on a variety of legal and business issues at the forefront of copyright and intellectual property law. The symposium aims to broaden attendees’ perspectives and provide excellent networking opportunities.
The agenda includes the following breakout sessions:
- Fair Use in Academia: Past, Present, and Future
- Orphan Works: Will They Ever Be Emancipated?
- Library Copyright Exemption Demystified: Understanding Section 108
- Music in the Digital Age: Navigating the Licensing Landscape
- Use of Images and Film Clips: Understanding Your Options
- Public Performances: What Are the Copyright Issues?
- Copyright vs. Patent: How to Protect Software
- Copyright in the Era of Digital Publishing and Blogging
- The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA): What You Need to Know
Speakers will include:
- Jacqueline C. Charlesworth, General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights, United States Copyright Office
- Orson Scott Card, award-winning author
Pending approval, up to seven CLE credits will be available.
The Symposium is presented by Brigham Young University’s Copyright Licensing Office and BYU Continuing Education.