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Copyright Law & the Fair Use Defense

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    Online Session Only
    This program will be held online via Zoom. To attend, register for the in-person session. You will receive an email invitation with Zoom login information and instructions for the virtual session as the program date approaches

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    Copyright law protects original creative works from being used without permission of the copyright owner. The Fair Use provision in copyright law balances the rights of copyright owners with an effort to protect the public’s interest in having access to such works. 

    This seminar provides an understanding of how Fair Use applies to a wide range of content and new technologies. Between the purpose and character of the use, along with the nature of the work and the amount that is used, things can get confusing. Now throw in data mining and social media and nuances matter. We offer practical guidance concerning copyright infringement claims and the Fair Use defense. 

    Join our experts as we look at the examples, cases and advice for those involved in Fair Use cases.

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    Toby Butterfield, Moses & Singer LLP, New York
    Beverly Davis, Esq., Davis Law, PLLC, Washington
    Jay Fialkov, Esq., Deputy General Counsel, GBH; Professor, Berklee College of Music, Boston
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