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  1. Software Licensing Explained

    Software Licensing Explained

    I am happy to post here an outline of an excellent talk about software licensing Marc Temin delivered to our Copyright Subcommittee of the IP Litigation Committee of the Litigation Section of the ABA last month. The outline is clear and comprehensive covering: the differences between commercial and software licensing; licensing grant alternatives (grants with conditions, covenants and implied grants); the first sale doctrine that we will hear much more about when the Supreme Court next term considers Costco v. Read more

  2. Licensing Across All Platforms: West LegalEdcenter, June 8, 2010

    Licensing Across All Platforms: West LegalEdcenter, June 8, 2010

    Andrew was a panelist at a webcast sponsored by the West LegalEdcenter entitled Licensing Across All Media Platforms on June 8, 2010. The moderator was Phyllis Weiss Haserot, President of Practice Development Counsel. Other panelists were Rand Brenner, President and CEO of Licensing Consulting Group and James Heaton, President &  Creative Director at the Tronvig Group, a branding, marketing and design firm that designed this site. Read more

  3. Licensing in the Digital Age Sponsored by the Copyright Society of the U.S.A, May 18, 2010

    Licensing in the Digital Age Sponsored by the Copyright Society of the U.S.A, May 18, 2010

    Andrew moderated a panel discussion sponsored by the Copyright Society of the U.S.A entitled Licensing in the Digital Age – Deals, Risks, and Challenges in the Media Frenzy. The program took place at Anchin Block & Anchin on May 18 beginning at 6 pm. The other panelists where Joe Salvo, Senior Vice President and Global General Counsel at HIT Entertainment, Jonathan Wells, the bureau chief of the NY office of Paris-based SIPA Press and Mary Beth Roberts, a music publisher. Read more

  4. How to Brand, License and Protect your Intellectual Property, Sponsored by the Cornell Entrepreneurial Network, May 4, 2010

    How to Brand, License and Protect your Intellectual Property, Sponsored by the Cornell Entrepreneurial Network, May 4, 2010

    Andrew will be a panelist at a program sponsored by the Cornell Entrepreneurial Network entitled How to Brand, License and Protect your Intellectual Property. It will take place at the Cornell Club in New York on May 4, 2010 beginning at 6 pm. Other panelists are Stephanie A. Jacqueney, Vice President, Legal & Business Affairs Madison Square Garden, L.P. Read more

  5. Old Wine in New Bottles: May a Licensee Exploit Previously Licensed Content Without the Consent of the Copyright Owner?

    Old Wine in New Bottles: May a Licensee Exploit Previously Licensed Content Without the Consent of the Copyright Owner?

    Published in BNA Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, 79 PTCJ 607, 3/19/10.

    Technology continues to create attractive new products, including e-books and iPods, that give users access to a vast number of previously licensed copyrighted works. But when a new product exploits these works without the permission of the copyright holder, litigation is likely, especially where the new use has significant economic value. Read more

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