The Wild West: Rights Disputes In The World of User Generated Content

November 17, 2017
Loyola Law School

919 Albany Street
Robinson Courtroom in the Girardi Advocacy Center (first floor)
Los Angeles, CA 90015


LAIPLA, in conjunction with Loyola Law School, continues its groundbreaking program, 
TechTainment 3.0: Technology + Entertainment, highlighting how technology is transforming the entertainment field. With in-house attorneys, experts, industry insiders and professors, we will explore in-depth the current trends and issues related to recent trends in Artificial Intelligence, IP licensing and the industry. Our panelists will address the seismic shifts in the entertainment and technology industries. This is a must attend event for IP attorneys and the program will feature a keynote lunch program with renowned attorney and television writer Jonathan Shapiro. The conference will include a continental breakfast and end with a networking reception.

The Wild West: Rights Disputes In The World of User Generated Content
From a rights perspective, the world of user-generated content can be unpredictable. Even the most successful 19-year-old influencer doesn’t have in-house counsel or a clearance department, and most have never heard of a work-for-hire agreement.  Our panel will discuss the practicalities of dealing with rights issues in the context of user-generated or acquired content and relay their experiences resolving disputes in this area. With Kiren Ahuja, Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs at Studio 71Daniel  Kim, Executive Director at 21st Century FoxMarjorie Williams, Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs, Endemol Shine North America; and moderated by Daniel Stone of Greenberg Glusker.

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