Posts Tagged ‘online use’
  1. July 12, 2012

    How Brands May Navigate the Challenges Raised by ICANN’s Domain Name Expansion

        Sometime in 2013 we may experience the largest expansion of the Internet namespace in history. On June 13, 2012, ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Numbers and Names) announced the receipt of 1,930 applications from 60 countries for 1,409 new generic top-level domains or gTLDs. (A gTLD is part of the domain name or string to the right of the dot, such as .com., .biz or .org.) A list of applicants is here.

  2. April 27, 2011

    American Conference Institute Advanced IP Forum and Workshop

      The Advanced IP Forum for Advertising Counsel will take place in NY from April 27-29. The program offers an impressive list of speakers from the content and media industries. Andrew will moderate a panel at this Forum on April 28. The program brochure is here The April 28 panel will focus on combating IP infringement on the internet.

  3. April 22, 2011

    Arista Records v. Lime Wire: Did the Record Companies Forfeit the Right to Collect from Lime Wire As Much as $15.6 Million By Recovering Less than $48,000 from Other Infringers in Earlier Actions?

      Lime Wire continues to educate regarding statutory damages. The latest novel issue it decided is whether a judgment for statutory damages against an individual infringer for copyright infringement of a work in one action bars a statutory award in a second action against a secondarily liable defendant who induced that infringement. In other words where two (or more) infringers are jointly and severally liable, does recovery of an award of statutory damages against one infringer in one action bar a statutory award against the other infringer in a second action.

  4. November 22, 2010

    Update on How Our Social Media Posts Can Hurt Us

        My post How Your Social Media Posts Can Hurt You In Unexpected Ways has generated lots of feedback from friends and colleagues who have shared with me other ways that our social media posts can come back to haunt us. I talked today with Kevin McKeown of LexBlog, Inc. who alerted me to another way that our social media posts can hurt. 

  5. November 11, 2010

    How Your Social Media Posts Can Hurt You In Unexpected Ways

    Social media continues to captivate. The number of Facebook and Twitter users is staggering. But social media has a dark side. Your social media posts can hurt you in many ways. I outlined some of the ways you can be hurt by your social media posts when I spoke at a program this week sponsored by the Copyright Society of the USA entitled Using Social Media to Build Your Brand.

  6. April 30, 2010

    Advanced Seminar on Copyright Law, April 30, 2010

    Andrew spoke about statutory damages in copyright litigation at the Advanced Seminar on Copyright Law sponsored by the Practicing Law Institute in New York on April 30, 2010. The program moderator was Richard Dannay, a partner at Cowan, Liebowtiz & Latman. For the program and more information, click here.