Fair Use is a often misunderstood area of copyrights. Yes your work can be used without your permission, understand how and why in a FREE one hour webinar.
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The Fair Use Doctrine, which provides for the use of copyrighted materials without permission from the creator under limited circumstances, may be one of the most misunderstood aspects of copyright. This program provides and in-depth overview of how the Fair Use Doctrine is applied in the United States including the factors considered when determining if a specific instance qualifies as fair use as well as case studies illustrating how the courts interpret this doctrine.
|Victor PerlmanVictor Perlman has served as General Counsel to ASMP since 1995. A practicing attorney since receiving his law degree from University of Pennsylvania in 1972, he has served on the Boards of Directors of the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), the Media Photographers Copyright Agency, Inc., and the Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. He has filed amicus curaie briefs in landmark cases in the Supreme Court as well as other federal appellate courts and has testified before members of Congress, the U.S. Copyright Office and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The co-author of Licensing Photography (Allworth Press), he writes a monthly column for Rangefinder magazine and frequently lectures on copyright law and other issues relating to photography.[email protected]
Fred is Vice President and General Counsel of Copyright Clearance Center, a not-for-profit corporation whose primary line of business is the granting of permissions and licenses for the use of the copyrighted works.
As the principal member of CCC’s legal department, Fred is responsible for all legal affairs of the company, including the legal aspects of its copyright licensing businesses. He has participated in the development of each of the company’s licensing programs and counsels senior management in the development of new programs and products, as well as in the regular business affairs of a 230-employee organization. Fred is also a frequent speaker and panelist on copyright and other intellectual property issues.www.copyright.com