“Copyright and Photography – What You Should Know” with Mark Sableman
1:30pm – 2:30pm
This presentation will describe recent trends in photography copyright law, including the effects of widespread use and copying of photographs on the Internet. It will include illustrations from recent art and photography copyright lawsuits.
Mark Sableman is a partner with Thompson Coburn LLP in St. Louis. He is an honors graduate of Georgetown University Law Center where he was Articles Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. His litigation practice focuses on media, Internet, technology and intellectual property law, and he co-authors blogs on Internet law and on copyrights and photography. He is author of the book More Speech, Not Less: Communications Law in the Information Age, and more than 20 law review articles and book chapters. He has been listed in Best Lawyers in America since 1996, and is currently listed for intellectual property litigation and media, First Amendment, advertising, copyright, and trademark law.
The lecture is $5 IPHF Members/$10 Non-Members
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