The Intellectual Property Institute has forged a reputation for gathering national speakers to analyze sophisticated topics and provide practical takeaways to attendees. Focusing on copyright, patent and trademark law, the Institute features morning plenary sessions, a luncheon keynote address, afternoon tracked breakout sessions, and six networking opportunities, including a special networking breakfast for women in IP and a hosted cocktail reception at the end of the day.
Fenwick's Co-Chair of Copyright Litigation Andrew Bridges will be participating in a session titled "Streaming: Copyright's New Frontier.":
As internet technology evolves, consumers increasingly access content by streaming, without purchasing or obtaining copies of what they are viewing or hearing. The streaming ecosystem is a new frontier for copyright law and litigation and the rules are just beginning to be written. Join this distinguished international panel from the bench, industry, public interest and the private bar as the panelists evaluate the copyright landscape for participants in the streaming marketplace and discuss where the law is heading and where it should go.