Copyright law is a dynamic and constantly evolving area of law. Recently, new advances in technology have helped mold our understanding of even long standing copyright traditions. This course, presented by Randy M. Friedberg, a partner with White and Williams, LLP, will cover many issues pertaining to copyright law in the United States.
The lecture will walk through the basic tenets of copyright law, such as how to obtain protection in original works, what rights are derived from copyright protection, and works made for hire. The course also addresses copyright infringement issues and more advanced topics, such as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and the evolving doctrine of fair use.
very good. thorough.
Good broad brush overview for the non-specialist.
One of the best I've listened to so far!
very useful...good course
Have taken several of his courses. Always clear and succinct.
Great course! thank you
Unusually effective and informative presentation and materials.
The course was very interesting and helpful.
Fairly comprehensive given it was only an hour. Excellent use of hypotheticals to keep the audience interested, as was answering questions.
Mr. Freidberg is an incredible lecturer. I will watch anything he does.
Very good presenter.
Randy is full of information. He should be given more time to instruct.
Excellent overview with helpful examples
I enjoy Randy's presentation style
Best Course I've attended on Lawline so far! Thanks for moderator answering all our questions. Interested in your class tomorrow. Longer course time would be helpful.
Randy did a great job providing a n overview of copyright!