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AIPLA Rapid Response Webinar on the Supreme Court's Decision in Andy Warhol Foundation v Goldsmith

Original Air Date: 6.6.23
Not eligible for CLE.

Fair Use and the Celebrity Plagiarist: Takeaways on transformative use from the SCOTUS ruling in Andy Warhol Foundation v Goldsmith

Please join AIPLA for a Rapid Response webinar on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Andy Warhol Foundation v Goldsmith, No. 21-869 (May 18, 2023). We will be joined by Thomas G. Hentoff, counsel for Goldsmith, Nicholas R. Bartelt, counsel for the Copyright Office, Prof. Christine Haight Farley, who joined the Art Law Professors amicus brief, and Lauren B. Emerson, counsel for amicus AIPLA. The panel will be moderated by Nancy J. Mertzel, a member of AIPLA’s amicus committee. This expert panel will provide an overview of the decision, the positions of the parties and some of the amici, and thoughts on the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision and what it may mean for you and your clients. Join us for an informative discussion of the nuances of transformative fair use and practical takeaways for creators.

Thomas G. Hentoff, Williams & Connolly LLP (Goldsmith brief)
Nicholas R. Bartelt, United States Copyright Office (US brief in support of Goldsmith)
Lauren B. Emerson, Leason Ellis (AIPLA brief in support of neither party)
Prof. Christine Haight Farley, American University Washington College of Law (who co-authored an amicus brief supporting AWF at the 2nd Circuit)

Moderated by: Nancy J. Mertzel, Mertzel Law PLLC