Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Scholarly Symposia Series: Chaos & Copyrights: Clearing Up the "Blurred Lines" of Infringement in Williams v. Bridgeport

Add to Calendar 11/03/2015 18:00:0011/03/2015 20:30:0015Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Scholarly Symposia Series: Chaos & Copyrights: Clearing Up the "Blurred Lines" of Infringement in Williams v. BridgeportMark your calendars to join us for a very lively debate over which side of the "Blurred Lines" case got it right! Please join the University of Dayton School of Law on Tuesday, Nov. 3, from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m., for the 2015 Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Scholarly Symposia Series: Chaos & Copyrights: Clearing Up the "Blurred Lines" of Infringement in Williams v. Bridgeport. While the recent “Blurred Lines” copyright infringement decision in Williams v. Bridgeport Music, Inc. has sparked many policy debates as to whether and how it may stifle the future of creativity, it also can be unpacked and studied as a practical primer on the “dos-and-don’ts” of musical production from the artist’s angle, as well as copyright litigation strategies from the perspective of the intellectual property practitioner. This year, PILT and its sponsor Porter Wright, are honored to welcome Joe Bogdan and Robert Meitus, two prominent entertainment law practitioners/professors, as well as Judith Finell, the lead musicologist who testified in the Blurred Lines case for the Marvin Gaye estate. Our panel of distinguished speakers will engage us in a lively discussion about this most important and controversial copyright case! Register here.Joseph E. Keller HallNan Holler-Potterlawandtechnology@udayton.edu.No11/03/2015

Tuesday, November 3

Time: 6 p.m. — 8:30 p.m.

Location: Joseph E. Keller Hall

More Info:  https://www.udayton.edu/law/events/pilt_symposia.php

Tags:  School of Law

Cost:  $50

Mark your calendars to join us for a very lively debate over which side of the "Blurred Lines" case got it right!

Please join the University of Dayton School of Law on Tuesday, Nov. 3, from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m., for the 2015 Program in Law and Technology (PILT) Scholarly Symposia Series: Chaos & Copyrights: Clearing Up the "Blurred Lines" of Infringement in Williams v. Bridgeport.

While the recent “Blurred Lines” copyright infringement decision in Williams v. Bridgeport Music, Inc. has sparked many policy debates as to whether and how it may stifle the future of creativity, it also can be unpacked and studied as a practical primer on the “dos-and-don’ts” of musical production from the artist’s angle, as well as copyright litigation strategies from the perspective of the intellectual property practitioner. This year, PILT and its sponsor Porter Wright, are honored to welcome Joe Bogdan and Robert Meitus, two prominent entertainment law practitioners/professors, as well as Judith Finell, the lead musicologist who testified in the Blurred Lines case for the Marvin Gaye estate. Our panel of distinguished speakers will engage us in a lively discussion about this most important and controversial copyright case!

Register here.

Contact Information:

Name:  Nan Holler-Potter
Phone:  937-229-4676
Email:  lawandtechnology@udayton.edu.