Embedding Photos and Videos From Social Media and Copyright Infringement
Recent Court Treatment, Responding to Unlicensed Use, and Ensuring Policies are in Place to Shield Companies From Liability
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide IP counsel on embedded photos from social media and the associated copyright issues. The panel will review recent court treatment of these issues. The panel will discuss what companies can and should do if they have unlicensed third-party content currently embedded on their websites and policies that should be in place to protect the company from copyright infringement actions.
- Embedded photos
- Copyright laws
- Case law developments
- Policies addressing embedding
- Best practices to shield a company from liability
The panel will review these and other noteworthy issues:
- How does the Sinclair decision impact the embedding of photos? What assurance does the Hunley decision provide?
- What must counsel do to ensure the company's repeat infringer policy falls within the DMCA safe harbor?
- What steps should companies and website owners take to address currently embedded copyrighted content?
Corrine A. Irish
Squire Patton Boggs
Ms. Irish is an experienced litigator and strategic adviser, effective in successfully resolving high-stakes legal... | Read More
Ms. Irish is an experienced litigator and strategic adviser, effective in successfully resolving high-stakes legal matters. Her practice spans a variety of subject matters, including contract disputes, business torts, intellectual property enforcement and defense, constitutional law, and employment matters. She also has significant experience representing companies and individuals in creative industries, including beauty, media, publishing, and the arts. Ms. Irish is a lecturer-in-law at Columbia Law School and is a past adjunct professor at Brooklyn Law School.Close
Latham & Watkins
Ms. Lovejoy represents technology and digital media companies in matters at the intersection of copyright, competition,... | Read More
Ms. Lovejoy represents technology and digital media companies in matters at the intersection of copyright, competition, and commercial litigation. She helps music broadcasters, internet platforms, and software developers navigate all aspects of complex licensing and business disputes. Ms. Lovejoy provides nuanced legal advice informed by her deep knowledge of issues that technology and new media companies face in acquiring and distributing content. She collaborates with clients to mitigate risk within the context of music licensing, including for streaming platforms in music-rights rate-setting cases before the Copyright Royalty Board. Ms. Lovejoy also skillfully directs trial strategy and translates complex subject matter into persuasive trial themes before federal and state tribunals.Close