Episode 6B: Symposium - Copy-Right v. Copy-Left Panel
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Episode 6B: Symposium – Copy-Right v. Copy-Left Panel

Episode 6B: Symposium – Copy-Right v. Copy-Left Panel

For the next two weeks, the Fordham IPLJ Podcast will feature the Fordham IPLJ Symposium, divided into the opening presentation and three panels on various intellectual property topics.

 

In this episode, listen to the Copy-Right v. Copy-Left Panelists discuss where IP law should be to promote innovation–whether that means less restriction or strong IP protections to secure the initial innovation in the first place. Moderator: Professor N. Cameron Russell. Panelists: Lauren Emerson, Senior Associate at Baker Botts LLP; Joseph Farco, Associate at Locke Lord and Co-Chair of the New York Intellectual Property Law Association’s Copyright Law & Practice Committee; Mary Rasenberger, Executive Director of the Authors Guild; James Vasile, Director of New America’s Open Internet Tools Project

 

Anthony Zangrillo

Anthony Zangrillo is a third year student at Fordham University School of Law and the Online Editor of the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal. He will be joining the Capital Markets group at Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP after graduation. While an undergraduate student at NYU, he founded the Motion Picture Club. (http://www.motionpictureclubs.com). You can find him on Twitter at @FordhamIPLJ.