The year 2019 was of significant impact in the world of copyright and trademark law, and 2020 looks like it will likely follow suit. New technologies, new theories of liability, and a burgeoning federal docket have changed the field and the practice in the last few years, and it can be difficult for a practitioner to keep up.
In this program Oscar Michelen, a New York litigator and adjunct professor of law, will help guide you through the most important copyright and trademark cases that came out of the Supreme Court’s 2018 - 2019 term, and what is upcoming in 2020. In addition to surveying the most critical cases, Mr. Michelen will also discuss the recent trends and practice updates in these fields so that attorneys can stay up-to-date on the state of the law and what is happening in these escalating fields of practice in courthouses around the country.
Oscar Michelen, Born: Santo Domingo Dominican Republic. Education State University of New York at Buffalo (B.A. 1982); New York Law School (J.D. Magna Cum Laude 1985); Research Editor New York Law School Law Review; Admitted to Bar: New York, New Jersey, United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and District of New Jersey (1986); former law clerk to the Hon. Vincent L. Broderick (SDNY); Partner, Cuomo LLC, Mineola and Manhattan, NY; Adjunct Professor of Law, New York Law School (2004 to 2009); Adjunct Professor of Law, Touro Law School (2017 –present); Mr. Michelen has extensive litigation experience in Federal and State courts particularly in commercial litigation, intellectual property, municipal liability, and representing management in labor and employment litigation.
Mr. Michelen is recognized as a leading authority in digital image and photography litigation and has represented businesses and individuals nationwide defending claims brought by digital image companies such as Getty Images, Masterfile and Corbis. Member: Nassau County Bar Association, Long Island Hispanic Bar Association and Dominican Bar Association.
Clear and well-organized.
I thought this course was one of the best I've watched in a while, and it really helped me make sure I was up to date.
Especially liked part about Georgia code. Thank You!
This was excellent. He explained these cases very clearly.
Excellent content; among the best in that regard. In particular, I appreciate that the presentation emphasized the arguments made and prevailed. The reasoning is most important to understand, and not all presenters discuss the cases in that way. Bravo!
Excellent presenter. Very well informed. i will look for more of his offerings on Lawline!