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One Hour Law School Part 2 - Copyrighted Material Without Violating Copyright Law: The Fair Use Doctrine

Using Copyrighted Material Without Violating Copyright Law: The Fair Use Doctrine

Content on the internet is generally free, readily accessible and easily copied. Yet, copyright laws place significant restrictions on the use and reproduction of such content. And media companies don’t take kindly to unauthorized use, regularly policing and frequently threatening suit and severe penalties for copyright violations. Still, non-media oriented businesses frequently trip on copyright laws, facing claims for clips or excerpts in marketing materials, publications, blog postings or any number of other innocent activities. Learn the ropes of copyright compliance with us in this practical, informative program.

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Max Stein

Max Stein, a member of Boodell & Domanskis, LLC, is a business litigator focused on meeting clients’ business objectives, helping them resolve disputes at the most opportune times. Max represents… Read More


Chelsie Spencer
Chelsie Spencer

Chelsie Spencer is a cannabis and hemp attorney. She is a founding member of Ritter Spencer PLLC. Chelsie practices in the areas of medical marijuana and hemp and represents clients… Read More

Jessica Fishfeld
Jessica Fishfeld

Jessica Fishfeld is an associate in the litigation group at Greenberg Traurig in Miami, Florida. She has vast experience litigating complex commercial disputes and advising clients on how to diffuse… Read More

Kevin Tottis
Kevin Tottis

Kevin opened TottisLaw in 1996 after several years as a partner in a national law firm. With over 30 years of litigation experience, he’s first-chaired dozens of matters for clients… Read More

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