Embedding Third-Party Content Links, Repeat Infringer Policies Under the DMCA, and Copyright Infringement
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide IP counsel on embedded copyrighted content and repeat infringer issues. The panel will examine recent court treatment of these issues, including the circuit split related to embedded content. The panel will discuss the licensing, what companies should do if they have unlicensed third-party content currently embedded on their websites, and repeat infringer policies.
- Embedded copyright content
- Overview of copyright’s public display right
- Case law developments
- Best practices
- Repeat infringer policies
- Overview of DMCA safe harbors
- Case law developments
- Designing repeat infringer policies
The panel will review these and other noteworthy issues:
- How does the Goldman decision impact the embedding of third-party content?
- 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?
Sarang (Sy) Damle
Latham & Watkins
Mr. Damle is one of the nation’s foremost practitioners in copyright law, with a particular focus on copyright... | Read More
Mr. Damle is one of the nation’s foremost practitioners in copyright law, with a particular focus on copyright rate-setting and software copyrights. His practice focuses his practice on high-stakes copyright litigation and regulatory matters. He served as General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights at the US Copyright Office, where he was responsible for the agency’s litigation, regulatory, and other legal work. While at the Copyright Office, he played a central role in every significant copyright case to reach the Supreme Court and led the first comprehensive regulatory revision effort in decades.Close
Joseph C. Gratz
Mr. Gratz has litigated a number of important Internet copyright and trademark disputes, including representing Google... | Read More
Mr. Gratz has litigated a number of important Internet copyright and trademark disputes, including representing Google in the Google Book Search copyright cases and in the Rescuecom v. Google and Vulcan Golf v. Google trademark cases. His deep understanding of technical issues and his background as a technical writer allow him to explain complex technical concepts simply and accurately to judges, juries, and clients. He also authored copyright amicus briefs on behalf of Google in Flava Works v. Gunter (7th Cir.) and Cariou v. Prince (2nd Cir.).Close