Emojis: Trademark, Copyright, Rights of Publicity and Other Considerations
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide IP counsel for protecting emojis under trademark and copyright law. The panel will discuss the potential challenges of getting protection as well as emoji trolling. The panel will also address issues that may arise related to the interpretation of emojis and the use of emojis as evidence.
- Emojis and trademark
- Emojis and copyright
- Emojis and right of publicity
- Emojis and design patent
- Interpretation issues
- Emojis as evidence
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What considerations should companies and their counsel weigh when determining whether to seek protection for emojis?
- How can emojis be protected?
- What potential issues arise with protected emojis?
Ms. Culp works with digital media, video game, and consumer products companies to resolve their high-stakes IP... | Read More
Professor Eric Goldman
Santa Clara University School of Law
Prof. Goldman co-directs Santa Clara University School of Law’s High Tech Law Institute and supervises the... | Read More
Prof. Goldman co-directs Santa Clara University School of Law’s High Tech Law Institute and supervises the school’s Privacy Law Certificate. Before joining the SCU faculty in 2006, he was an Assistant Professor at Marquette University Law School, General Counsel of Epinions.com, and an Internet transactional attorney at Cooley Godward LLP. Prof. Goldman teaches and publishes in the areas of internet law, intellectual property and advertising and marketing Law. He blogs on these topics at the Technology & Marketing Law Blog, which has been inducted into the ABA Journal’s “Blawg Hall of Fame.”Close