Stealing Other People's Stuff: A Primer
Monday, March 16
5:00PM - 6:00PM
Hyatt Regency Austin
208 Barton Springs Rd
Here's the problem: You create great digital content (maybe an app, or video) that goes viral. Then someone rips it off. On the flip side, maybe someone else created great digital content that you want to "borrow."
But where does the law draw the line? How much can you steal (or "borrow") before you cross the line into infringement?
Join us as in this highly interactive, entertaining and educational session (which was "standing room only" in SXSW 2014) as we discuss real legal cases involving video games, songs, superheroes and digital content of all sorts, and examine "how close is too close" when it comes to IP and digital content creation.
The session will be led by Brad Gross, general counsel to the Society of Digital Agencies and attorney for dozens of production companies worldwide.
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Bradley Gross is the founding partner of the Law Office of Bradley Gross, P.A. He represents digital agencies and digital production companies worldwide, as well as software developers, content cr...Show the rest
Bradley Gross is the founding partner of the Law Office of Bradley Gross, P.A. He represents digital agencies and digital production companies worldwide, as well as software developers, content creators and technology companies throughout the United States.
A former NBC television Technology Law correspondent, Brad is also global legal counsel to the Society of Digital Agencies, an invitation-only consortium of the most celebrated and recognized digital agencies and production companies in the world (www.sodaspeaks.com).
He is the author of a blog devoted to technology law-related topics (www.bradleygross.com). Brad has been ranked as a Superlawyer in the area of Technology Law on four occasions ('06, '07, '13, and '14), and he was recognized in a peer-based survey in Florida on five occasion as being in the top 5% of all Intellectual Property lawyers in the state of Florida ('06, '07, '12-'14).Hide the rest