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Debunking Myths: Copyright, the Internet, and Reform
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Please join our Miami Chapter for a look at current copyright “myths” about the Internet from two different perspectives and a discussion of how these myths should shape reform.

When: Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Where: Lipscomb, Eisenberg & Baker, PL
2 South Biscayne Blvd. PH 3800
Miami, Florida  33131
United States
Presenter: Stephen Carlisle, Hannibal Travis
Contact: Emilie Kennedy

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Please Join Our Miami, FL Chapter for

Debunking Myths: Copyright, the Internet, and Reform


Stephen Carlisle Copyright Officer, Nova Southeastern University
Hannibal Travis
Florida International University Professor of Law

Cost: FREE

This event will look at current copyright “myths” about the Internet from two different perspectives and consider how these myths should shape reform.

Stephen CarlisleStephen Carlisle is the first Copyright Officer of Nova Southeastern University. He is a published author on the topic of copyright law and was a legal intern with the United States Copyright Office. Prior to assuming the position with NSU he was in private practice for 26 years as an attorney in the State of Florida, specializing in copyright and entertainment law. He is a former adjunct professor at both Florida Atlantic Universities’ College of Arts and Letters and Florida International Universities’ School of Law, where he taught courses in Copyright Law and Entertainment Law. Mr. Carlisle is also a two-time Chair of the Florida Bar’s Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section.

Hannibal TravisHannibal Travis teaches and conducts research in the fields of cyberlaw, intellectual property, antitrust, international and comparative law, and human rights.  He is a Professor of Law at Florida International University, Miami's research university.  He has also served as Visiting Associate Professor of Law at Villanova University, and a Visiting Fellow at Oxford.  He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1999.  He is the editor of Cyberspace Law: Censorship and Regulation of the Internet (2013), and published articles in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, the Journal of the Copyright Society of the USA, and Yale Journal of Law and Technology, among other journals.

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