Julie Albert

Julie Albert

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The Supreme Court Decides Aereo, Finds That Transmitting Copyrighted Programs To Subscribers Is A Public Performance

While the decision is ostensibly limited to Aereo’s particular service, it offers some guidance on how broadcast networks, cable-alternative companies like Aereo, and other content providers can innovate within the bounds of...more

6/26/2014 - ABC v Aereo Aereo Broadcasting Cable Television Providers Copyright Copyright Infringement Legal Perspectives Public Performance Rights SCOTUS Television Broadcast Stations The Copyright Act

Global Trademark Law Update: China And Canada

Global brand owners must keep abreast of developments in trademark law and practice in countries and regions throughout the world. International agreements, such as the Madrid Protocol and Paris Convention, aim to harmonize...more

6/4/2014 - Canada China International Trademark Protection Madrid Protocol Paris Convention Popular PRC Trademark Law Amendments Trademarks

Antennas, Broadcasting, and Copyright: The Supreme Court’s Review of ABC v. Aereo

US law provides copyright owners with a bundle of rights to protect their original works, including the exclusive right to publicly perform the copyrighted work. The question of what constitutes a public performance has...more

4/10/2014 - Aereo Broadcasting Copyright SCOTUS

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