Parody in Copyright and Trademark Law
Join this webinar hosted by the Northern California Chapter.
Lincoln Bandlow focuses his practice on sophisticated media, First Amendment, intellectual property and other entertainment-related litigation matters. He represents clients in the motion picture, television, publishing, broadcasting, Internet and advertising fields. In addition, Lincoln represents several of the principal underwriters for the media and entertainment industry
Preetha Chakrabarti is a partner in Crowell & Moring's New York office and is a member of the firm's Technology & Intellectual Property Department, with a focus on technology, brand protection, advertising, and media. Preetha's practice cuts across all areas of intellectual property and is holistic, consisting of litigation, counseling, licensing, and transactional due diligence, as well as trademark prosecution. Preetha also performs due diligence relating to intellectual property issues in corporate transactions and assists clients with trademark clearance and the filing of trademark and patent applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In particular, Preetha advises clients in the retail and fashion industries on how best to manage risks when using and developing intellectual property. Preetha also has experience with administrative law, particularly in the environmental context, including analysis of regulatory issues arising under the Administrative Procedure Act, TSCA, FIFRA, CERCLA, the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), and various federal and state environmental laws.
Alfred (Fred) C. Yen is Professor of Law and Dean's Distinguished Scholar at Boston College Law School. He is a nationally known scholar who has published numerous articles about copyright law, the Internet, sports law, Asian-American legal issues, and law teaching. He is also the co-author of Copyright: Essential Cases and Materials (West Academic).
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Parody Panel Timed Agenda
12:00/3:00pm – Introductions – Harvey (5 minutes) 12:05/3:05pm -- Parody in copyright – Bandlow (10 minutes) 12:15/3:15pm – Parody in trademark – Chakrabarti (10 minutes) 12:25/3:25pm – Academic perspective and moderated discussion (25 minutes) and moderate a discussion of topics 12:50/3:50pm -- Q&A (10 minutes)
Join this webinar hosted by the Northern California Chapter and hear a moderated panel discussing the defense of parody in copyright and trademark law from 12pm PST/ 3pm EST.
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The Copyright Society is a Certified CLE Provider in California. Program will satisfy 1.0 credit hour.
The Copyright Society is an Accredited New Jersey State CLE Provider. Program will satisfy 1.0 credit hour.
The Copyright Society is an Accredited New York State CLE Provider. Program will satisfy 1.0 credit hour.
The Copyright Society is an Accredited CLE Provider in Pennsylvania. Program will satisfy 1.0 credit.
Please email Bobby Cohen, Assistant Director, for any CLE questions.