New European Copyright Directive: Fundamental Shift From U.S. Policy
Enforceability for U.S. Companies, Required Licensing Agreements, Take Down Policies, Preparing for Compliance
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss the new European Copyright Directive and what it means for U.S. companies. The panel will explain what exactly it means procedurally and discuss its enforceability as well as the consequences for failing to comply. The panel will also discuss what steps U.S. companies should take to ensure compliance with the new directive.
- New EU Copyright Directive
- Enforceability in the U.S.
- The shift from current policy
- Consequences for noncompliance
- Compare/contrast with U.S. policy
- Preparing for the life under the European Copyright Directive
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How does the new European Copyright Directive differ from current U.S. copyright policy?
- What does the copyright directive require of U.S. companies?
- What steps should U.S. companies take to prepare for complying with the new directive?
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Sperry IP Law d/b/a Vivid IP
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