Attention:
Card image cap

RBG and ACB: Supreme Court Copyright and Trademark Jurisprudence


Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 64 minutes
Recorded Date: December 01, 2021
Click here to share this program
Download PDF
Closed Caption

Agenda

  • RBG and ACB on Circle C: A Copyright Defender History and a CopyrightJurisprudence Mystery
  • Eldred v Ashcroft decision
  • Fourth Estate Pub Benefit Corp v Wall-Street
  • Petralla v. MGM
  • Sullivan v. Flora
  • Unicolors v. HM argument transcript
Runtime: 1 hour, 4 minutes
Recorded: December 1, 2021

For NY - Difficulty Level: For both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys (transitional)

Description

The late Justice Ginsburg authored several key copyright and trademark decisions that helped shape her legacy as a staunch defender of the rights of intellectual property owners. In contrast, Justice Barrett remains an intellectual property jurisprudence mystery, with little record of personal opinions on the issues. This webinar will discuss the key copyright and trademark jurisprudence handed down by the late Justice Ginsburg. The webinar will also explore Justice Barrett's intellectual property history and discuss the upcoming Unicolors, Inc. v. H&M Hennes & Mauritz, LP case pending before the Supreme Court.

This program was recorded on December 1st, 2021.

Provided By

American Bar Association
Card image cap

Panelists

Card image cap

Lincoln Bandlow

Founder
Lincoln Bandlow Law

Lincoln focuses his practice on sophisticated media, First Amendment, intellectual property and other entertainment-related litigation matters. He represents clients in the motion picture, television, publishing, broadcasting, Internet and advertising fields. In addition, Lincoln represents several of the principal underwriters for the media and entertainment industry.

Card image cap

Giselle Girones

Attorney
Shullman Fugate PLLC

Giselle joined Shullman Fugate in August of 2017, after practicing at a respected Jacksonville, Florida law firm. She focuses on content, intellectual property, defamation and privacy issues.

Prior to attending law school, Giselle graduated from Florida State University with a degree in communication and sports management. While there, she had the opportunity to work for Universal Music Group as a marketing representative for various music labels. She also worked with the Sports Information Office at a large NCAA Division I university, where she drafted press releases and assisted with other media and press-related tasks.

While in law school, Giselle stayed busy as an editor of the Stetson Journal for Advocacy and the Law as well as with the Florida Association for Women Lawyers (FAWL) at Stetson. Deeply involved in the Florida legal community, she recently was elected to serve on the board of governors for the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section.

Giselle’s media background makes her a valuable asset to Shullman Fugate, as does her experience in a boutique intellectual property law firm, where she researched copyright and trademark issues and assisted with copyright and trademark prosecution and litigation.

Giselle was recently named a Fellow for The Florida Bar’s Business Law Section. Only six attorneys were selected to participate in this prestigious program. Giselle is also a former Fellow for The Florida Bar’s Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy. She also serves as a committee member for the Florida Bar Journal/News Editorial Board, and was appointed to the ABA’s IP Law Section’s CLE Board, as well as the ABA Forum on Communications Law’s Media Advocacy Workshop. She also serves as the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association’s Director of PR.

Giselle is fluent in Spanish and speaks conversational Italian.


Card image cap

Similar Courses

Card image cap
97 minutes
26 Words that Created the Internet - Basics of the Communications Decency Act Section 230 Safe Harbor
This program will examine the basics of CDA 230 and its day to day affect for those who advise internet businesses as well as those who litigate against them. It will give practical guidance as to what extend internet companies can or should edit or censor the information their users contribute to their sites and to what extent those users will actually be liable.

New Media Rights

$115

Add to Cart
Card image cap
92 minutes
Access to Court Records: A Review of Recent Case Law
This program will provide a review of recent cases about accessing court records and provide guidance to communications lawyers looking to obtain these documents for their work. This webinar is free to members of the Forum on Communications Law and students.

American Bar Association

$115

Add to Cart
Card image cap
88 minutes
Applying Copyright Concepts Through the Lens of Goldman v Breitbart News
This program introduces basic technological concepts like “linking,” “embedding,” “how browsers and websites are served” in a robust manner probably beyond the common sense understanding of these concepts, but just enough to explain why the way these technologies really “work” is critical to the arguments that you make as a copyright litigator.

New Media Rights

$115

Add to Cart
Card image cap
92 minutes
Biometric Identifiers and Technology: Privacy and Security
Illinois's Biometric Information Privacy Act--BIPA--has become a central piece of legislation influencing other states and impacting businesses in every sphere. Do you know how BIPA and other similar state laws work? Join two leading experts to learn what you need to know.

American Bar Association

$115

Add to Cart
Previous Next