Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property

Recent Cases in Copyright and Entertainment Law

Entertainment & Sports Law 2020: Webcast Series

Although the Entertainment and Sports Law Annual Forum was unable to take place this Spring, the Executive Council has planned a webcast series in order to offer high-quality programming to practitioners. This webcast is the second in the series. 

This program will focus on cases decided this year that arise in the context of (1) the Copyright Act and (2) the field of entertainment. Issues to be discussed include an analysis of applicable statutes of limitations, who owns the law, whether tattoos on basketball players depicted in video games are protected by copyright, whether a state can be liable for copyright infringement and whether cartoon characters are protected by copyright. The cases that will be discussed include cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States, federal circuit courts of appeal and district courts.

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Course Pricing
  • Member: 45.00
  • Non-Member: 75.00
  • Section: 35.00
TBA members who are judges, lawmakers and law students can take TBA CLE onsite courses at no charge for the programming. There may be a separate charge if meals, special materials or other premium features are involved.
Course Information Webcast - Archived Video Highlights
  • Discount for Entertainment & Sports Law Section
Course Credits Dual Credits: 0.00
General Credits: 1.00
Total Credits: 1

This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to cle@tnbar.org for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.