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Webinar: Significant Developments in Copyright Law: 2022 Edition
March 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
1 participatory MCLE credit.
Join Copyright Interest Group chairs Marcus Peterson and John Wierzbicki for an entertaining and informative look back at the most significant developments in copyright law over the past year. Topics covered will include:
- Google v. Oracle
- Warhol Foundation case
- Embedding & the server test
- Upload filters and other technology driven enforcement of copyright
- Implementation of the CASE Act
- Copyright Terminations
- Secondary and Tertiary Infringement
- and more!
Marcus and John will also present their fearless predictions for 2022. Don’t miss this fast moving and action-packed event!
Member Price – $55.00
Non-Member Price – $75.00
Marcus Peterson is an associate in the Trademark, Copyright, and Advertising practice group at Cooley LLP and serves as Vice Chair of the Copyright Interest Group. He offers clients a full-range trademark and copyright practice, including counseling, clearance, prosecution, enforcement, and litigation. Marcus also litigates in state and federal court in disputes regarding trademarks, copyrights, right of publicity, false advertising, Stored Communications Act, breach of contract, and wrongful termination; with successful resolution at the pleading stage, on summary judgment, and at trial.
John Wierzbicki is Programming Chair for the Copyright Interest Group, is the author of numerous legal works on California Law, and maintains a private art law practice. A graduate of U.C. Berkeley, the University of Virginia, and Georgetown Law, John has worked for many years in the legal publishing industry as a writer, editor, and operations director. He also managed the author contracts and relationships group for a major legal publisher for nearly a decade. He is currently leading an oral history project about Bernie Witkin for the California Supreme Court Historical Society.