Music Copyright Conference Brings Together International Experts

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UIC Law’s Center for Intellectual Property (IP), Information & Privacy Law, in partnership with George Washington University School of Law, is proud to present the “Music Copyright Infringement: International Perspectives” online conference on Friday, March 18, 2022.

This half-day CLE program offers attendees the opportunity to hear from academics, practitioners, musicologists, and music theorists.

The conference builds on work done by its Music Copyright Infringement Resource. This cross-pollination of ideas relating to national copyright regimes and musical expertise promises to spark new insights into adjudicating music infringement disputes, as well as those involving other genres of expression, in the U.S. and overseas.

The best part of conferences usually lies in discussion and interaction, both within the panel and between the panel and the audience. For this reason, each panel is a moderated discussion with no presentations. While moderators will be asking questions, they think the audience might ask themselves. We welcome audience members to participate by using an intuitively designed Q&A feature. In addition, we are setting aside fifteen minutes or more between sessions so attendees can speak directly with our conference faculty and each other during virtual networking sessions.

For more information on the event, or to register, please click here.

Law firms and organizations interested in group registration and sponsorship opportunities should contact Professor Daryl Lim at daryllim@uic.edu or Erik Fagrelius at efagrel@uic.edu.

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