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Virtual Event | What the New Copyright Claims Board Means for Creators
Copyright law concept: gavel over 17 U.S.C. 501 (Getty Images)
Copyright law concept: gavel over 17 U.S.C. 501 (Getty Images)

Virtual Event | What the New Copyright Claims Board Means for Creators

This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Thursday, June 30. Register for the event here.

The Copyright Claims Board (CCB) is a newly established tribunal within the United States Copyright Office that offers a voluntary alternative to the federal district courts for certain low-value copyright disputes. The product of years of hearings and debates among various stakeholders, the CCB provides affordable, streamlined procedures designed to ensure that all creators have meaningful and effective tools to protect their rights. Please join Hudson Institute Legal Fellow Devlin Hartline and expert panelists Maya Burchette, Terrica Carrington, and Michael Klipper for a panel discussion on the CCB’s legislative and historical background, administration and functionality, and meaning for everyday creators.

Speakers

Maya Burchette

Attorney-Advisor, Copyright Claims Board, United States Copyright Office

Terrica Carrington

Vice President, Legal Policy and Copyright Counsel, Copyright Alliance

Michael Klipper

Partner, Law Office of Michael R. Klipper

Moderator

Devlin Hartline

Legal Fellow, Forum for Intellectual Property, Hudson Institute

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