Copyrights: An In-House Perspective (Nixon Peabody and William Patry, Copyright Counsel for Google)

by Mike Mintz on April 14, 2010 · 0 comments

in Martindale-Hubbell Connected

A (not so) long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away (on the Internet) ….

DIGITIAL COPYRIGHT

The lawyers at Nixon Peabody LLP are Jedi Knights when it comes to dealing with the dark side of copyrights (infringement, P2P sharing, pirating, etc.).  These issues become even more menacing when they arise online.  In an effort to restore order to the universe (of copyright) the following presentation will be given (grab your lightsaber):

A View from the Front in the Digital Copyright Wars: William Patry, Author and Senior Copyright Counsel, Google Inc.

The digital revolution is having a profound effect on copyright law. No company has had a closer seat to the action than Google. Please join our special guest, William Patry, well-known author and Senior Copyright Counsel at Google, for a discussion from his unique perspective on some current trends in U.S. copyright law. Among other topics, he will also discuss how Google is handling lawsuits in other countries, particularly those originally filed in the U.S., and effective use of business solutions to solve legal issues and litigation.

Join us via webinar.

Attendance is Limited: Please Register Early!

(Webinar  instructions will be sent in the email confirmation).

Date: Thursday, April 22, 2010
Time: 12:00-1:00 p.m. EST

Please join special guest, William Patry, well-known author and Senior Copyright Counsel at Google, for a discussion from his unique perspective on some current trends in U.S. copyright law.

May the Force be with you.

william patry

William Patry, Senior Copyright Counsel at Google (and his lightsaber)

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