Nonfungible Tokens and Copyright: Ownership, Digital Exhaustion, and Resale
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will guide IP counsel on copyright issues related to non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The panel will examine ownership, digital exhaustion, resale, and collective rights management. The panel will offer best practices for ownership and resale of NFTs and addressing infringement issues.
- NFT overview
- Application of copyright to NFTs
- Digital exhaustion
- Copyright infringement
- Best practices for ownership and resale
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- Does the sale of an NFT transfer the copyright ownership of the associated object or file?
- What copyright is there in the NFT itself?
- What steps should IP owners and their counsel take if their IP has been infringed in an NFT?
Mark F. Radcliffe
Mr. Radcliffe's practice is split evenly between corporate securities (particularly venture capital transactions)... | Read More
Mr. Radcliffe's practice is split evenly between corporate securities (particularly venture capital transactions) and intellectual property licensing and strategy. He works with technology companies and companies that use technology throughout the world. Currently, Mr. Radcliffe is particularly focused on the use of blockchain technology and the use of tokens for capital formation and implementing new business models.Close
Michael A. Tomasulo
Winston & Strawn
Mr. Tomasulo’s practice focuses on high-stakes intellectual property litigation and counseling for a wide array... | Read More
Mr. Tomasulo’s practice focuses on high-stakes intellectual property litigation and counseling for a wide array of entertainment and technology clients. He has appeared in more than 60 patent cases throughout the country, including the Federal Circuit, all California district courts, the Eastern District of Texas, the Northern District of Illinois, and the District of Delaware. Mr. Tomasulo has trial experience before the PTAB and the U.S. International Trade Commission. In addition to his patent litigation experience, Mr. Tomasulo has served as lead counsel or co-lead counsel in numerous trade secret, copyright, and trademark litigations. His litigation matters have involved a wide range of technologies, including various aspects of video game technology, networking technologies, cloud computing, virtual networks, semiconductors, internet search and database management technology, software patents, computer hardware emulation, mechanical equipment, medical devices, and biotechnology.Close