Webinar: Ask the Copyright Experts Fall 2013 Update

These interactive sessions, which will be presented in the spring and fall in 2013, will explore recent developments in the copyright and licensing arena. The presentations and panel discussions always prove to be interesting and informative. Bring your questions!

Presenters: Adam Ayer, LicenseLogic
Fred Haber, Copyright Clearance Center
Lesley Ellen Harris, Copyrightlaws.com
Keith Kupferschmid, Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)

Date:  Wednesday, 11 September 2013
Time:  1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET
Price:  No charge for SLA members
Registration is closed.  A recording will be available for members soon.

Who Should Attend:
Information professionals around the world who oversee the use and sharing of content (regardless of format) in highly collaborative environments.

About the Presenters:
Adam Ayer is president of LicenseLogic, which provides education about copyrights and about rights granted within license agreements. He advises organizations about their own license agreements to help them determine the proper “fit” for the organization, helping not only to bring the organization into compliance but also to recognize cost avoidance opportunities arising from unneeded content licenses. LicenseLogic, along with SLA and the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), developed and markets the Certified Content Rights Manager seminar and exam.

Frederic Haber is vice president, secretary and general counsel of the Copyright Clearance Center. He is responsible for all of CCC’s legal affairs, including the legal aspects of its copyright licensing business. He has participated in the development of each of CCC’s licensing programs and counsels senior management in the development of new programs.

Lesley Ellen Harris of Copyrightlaws.com is a copyright, licensing and digital property lawyer who works on legal, business and strategic issues in the publishing, content, entertainment, Internet and information industries. Lesley works with libraries, archives, museums and educational institutions, as well as individuals, governments, associations, unions and corporations. She is the author of several books, and develops and teaches online courses on copyright, licensing and managing digital content issues. She also writes a monthly column on copyright and licensing issues for SLA’s Information Outlook.

Keith Kupferschmid is general counsel and senior vice president, intellectual property policy and enforcement, at the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). He works directly with SIIA’s Intellectual Property Committee to establish the association’s positions and promote its agenda on issues related to intellectual property.  Keith also supervises SIIA’s anti-piracy programs. Prior to joining SIIA, Keith was an intellectual property attorney at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, where he was responsible for international and legislative patent and copyright issues.

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