DMLA 2020 Conference

Posted on 8/28/2020 by Jim Pickerell | Printable Version | Comments (0)

The Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) Conference will be virtual this year and available to registered attendees for a full week from October 25th through Friday the 30th.?

It is expected that there will be nearly 25 sessions, including two keynotes, nine panels and more than a dozen roundtables, all conveniently stretched over the week and available to you from the comfort of your home.

One hot topic will be a one-hour roundtable on the United States Copyright Office study to evaluate the impact and effectiveness of the safe harbor provisions contained in section 512 of title 17, United States Code. This is the first government study of the effectiveness of the notice-and-takedown system since its enactment over twenty years ago.



Other legal issues to be discussed at separate times, and the speakers are:

    Social Media Issues: Sejal Richbourg, Assistant General Counsel, Intellectual Property & Litigation, Shutterstock



    Best Practices in Digital Media Licensing Enforcement: Dan Pollack, Attorney, Dipchand LLP

    Drones: Amanda Perrot, Senior Legal Counsel, Adobe

    European Issues Update:
    Paul Reinitz, Director, Advocacy and Legal Operations Counsel for Getty Images



    Visual Journalists: How to handle arrests: Margaret Vincent, VP Content/ Legal, Stocksy United

    CASE Act update and Recent Cases Review: Nancy Wolff, DMLA General Counsel, CDAS/DMLA
There will also be a session where the creators of Google’s Licensable Badge explain the details of how it works and their vision for how it will benefit copyright holders in the future.

Precisely because they are going all-digital, they can extend their reach and are confirming speakers from around the world, enticing new voices, new technologies and reaching for topics they would not be able to offer in a traditional event.

You can register and get more information about this event as it becomes available here.


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