Posts Tagged ‘copyright infringement’
  1. May 22, 2015

    Guest Blog Post by Michael Einhorn: Establishing Indirect Lost Profits Resulting from Copyright Infringement

         
     Introduction by Andrew Berger I am pleased to introduce Michael Einhorn to IP In BRIEF. Michael A. Einhorn, Ph.D. is an economic consultant and expert witness in the areas of intellectual property, media, entertainment, and product design. He is the author of  Media, Technology, and Copyright: Integrating Law and Economics  (Edward Elgar Publishers, 2004) and over seventy professional articles related to intellectual property and economic analysis.

  2. March 6, 2015

    Proving Damages at Trial in Copyright Litigation

    David Leichtman from Robins Kaplan in NY gave us an excellent presentation on proving damages at trial in copyright litigation at the Intellectual Property Institue's Ocean Reef winter conference. Here is my summary of his talk along with links to some of the cases he mentioned and his PowerPoint.

  3. May 30, 2012

    Coming Up: Hot Topics In Intellectual Property Litigation, 2nd Annual IP Litigation CLE Program

    I want to encourage all who are able to attend an day-long program in Chicago next Friday June 8  sponsored by the ABA Litigation Section, IP Litigation Committee entitled Hot Topics In Intellectual Property Litigation. The program at Schiff Hardin’s offices will blanket IP focusing on issues relating to copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets and patent law. The luncheon speaker will be Judge Richard Posner of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

  4. April 16, 2012

    As a result of Viacom v. YouTube the Future of the Red Flag Standard in DMCA Litigation Is Black

    Thankfully the Second Circuit in Viacom v. YouTube  has reversed Judge Stanton’s see no evil, speak no evil opinion which had granted summary judgment to YouTube. But in response to the “most important” issue the appellate court stated it faced, that court dropped the ball. The issue was whether the actual and red flag standards in § 512(c)(1)(A)(i) and (ii) of the DMCA each required actual knowledge of specific and identifiable infringements.

  5. March 26, 2012

    Andrew Berger to Speak at Intellectual Property and Technology Association at Cornell Law School on Brand Protection

      Andrew will speak to the Intellectual Property and Technology Association at Cornell Law School on Tuesday evening March 26, 2012 on How Brands May Protect Themselves Against New Forms of Online Attacks and Infringements. Information about the program is here.

  6. February 17, 2012

    Andrew to Moderate Internet Hot Topics Discussion at the ABA Litigation Section Annual Conference in D.C.

    Andrew will moderate a panel discussion at the ABA Litigation Section’s Annual Conference in D.C.  The topic will be “Internet and Social Media in the Forefront: Current Hot Issues and Developments.” The program will take place on Thursday April 19, 2012 between 3-4 pm. Speakers with be Peter Jaszi, Professor of Law at American University Law School; David Perrot, Research Director at Decisionquest; Stanley Pierre-Louis, Vice President and Associate General Counsel for Intellectual Property and Content Protection at Viacom Inc.; and Mozelle Thompson, former Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission and CEO of Thompson Strategic Consulting.

  7. February 2, 2012

    Presentation at MENG Chapter on Protecting Your Brand and Intellectual Property from Online Infringement

    Andrew will speak at a MENG (Marketing Executives Networking Group) NY chapter meeting on Tuesday evening February 7, 2012, on protecting your intellectual property from new forms of online infringements and brand attacks. The transcript of the talk is here. This is an outline of some of what he will cover. Andrew will discuss why global infringement is a increasing and what brand owners can do to combat it.

  8. January 26, 2012

    Protecting Your Intellectual Property in the U.S. and Abroad from New Forms of Online Infringement and Brand Attacks

    Below is the transcript of my January 26, 2012, webinar presentation sponsored by the International Executive Resources Group focusing on protecting intellectual property here and abroad from new forms of online infringement and brand attacks. But first a word of warning. My talk runs for about 45 minutes and therefore this is a long post. Here is a quick overview of what I cover.

  9. January 11, 2012

    Webinar on Protecting IP in US and Abroad From Online Infringement and Brand Attacks

      Andrew will speak at a webinar on January 26, 2012 at 10:00 am sponsored by the International Executive Resources Group on protecting your IP in the US and abroad from new forms of online infringements and brand attacks. Andrew will begin by discussing three reasons why global infringement is a growing and what governments and copyright holders are doing here, in Europe and China to combat it.

  10. January 10, 2012

    Why It’s Difficult to Predict the Amount of Statutory Damages Plaintiff Will Be Awarded in Copyright Litigation-Revised Version

              Mastering Rubik’s Cube may be easier. Predicting the amount of statutory damages that will be awarded in copyright infringement litigation continues to confound attorneys on both sides of the fence. Why? Here are some reasons. But first a few words of explanation.  I originally wrote this post in April of 2010. I decided to update it after some of the cases I mentioned went through further appeals and retrials. 

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