Intellectual Property Law
New Matter SPRING 2014, Volume 39, Number 1
- 2014 New Matter Author Submission Guidelines
- Case Comments
- Copyright Interest Group
- De-risking the Cloud
- In-house Counsel Interest Group
- Inevitable Disclosures.
- Intellectual Property Section Executive Committee 2013-2014
- International Interest Group
- International Ip Developments
- Key Defense Strategies in Trade Secrets Cases
- Legislation Interest Group Report: Extract
- Letter from the Chair
- Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
- Making a Name For Yourself: Trademark Registration Challenges
- MCLE Self-Study Article
- Ninth Circuit Holds that Irreparable Harm No Longer Presumed in Trademark Cases
- Ninth Circuit Report
- Patent Interest Group
- Patentable Subject Matter, Abstract Ideas, Business Methods, and the Patent Eligibility Trilogy
- Technology, Internet and Privacy Interest Group
- The Importance of Being Earnest: Obtaining Copyright Registrations for 20th Century U.S. and Non-U.S. Photo Collections
- Trademark Interest Group
- Entertainment and Sports Law Interest Group
ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS LAW INTEREST GROUP
The Entertainment and Sports Law Interest Group educates lawyers in the intellectual property law principles and the business and legal aspects of entertainment, media, and sports law, including the creation, protection, acquisition, and licensing of content, publicity rights, domain name protection, sponsorship and endorsement, union/guild issues, athlete eligibility issues, drug testing, NCAA rules compliance, league issues and antitrust, Title IX, and the creation, licensing, sale, and protection of multimedia content. The Interest Group serves various sectors of the entertainment and sports industries, including music, film, television, new media, legitimate theater, live performance, and literary publishing.
Recent examples of the Group’s activities include: (1) the IP Institute, a three-day conference on a variety of IP, entertainment, and media topics at The Claremont Hotel in Berkeley; and (2) an informative webinar on Nurturing and Advising New Artists and Athletes.
Please join us for practical webinars in 2014, covering topics such as mobile video games, streaming media, global entertainment agreements, fair use in film, and more. Watch Inevitable Disclosures, the bi-monthly email newsletter provided by the State Bar IP Section, for information on these and other upcoming programs and events.
Ifyou are a member of the IP Section, you can join the Entertainment and Sports Law Interest Group at no additional charge by emailing your request to Elizabeth J. Rest at the address below. We welcome volunteers to submit topic ideas, help organize substantive programs, write on entertainment and sports law topics, and assist in organizing social events.