Marketing is replete with intellectual property issues, but many of them are not intuitive and may get overlooked by marketing departments.
From photos and videos to people and music, marketers can fall into common intellectual property issues without even realizing it. In this AMA in the Afternoon session, Venable Partner Meaghan Kent, an experienced intellectual property litigator, will provide insights and understanding about copyrights and trademarks as well as how to spot and address common intellectual property issues before problems arise. Key takeaways from this discussion include:
- Understanding of ownership and clearance in terms of copyright
- Recognizing the limitations of the fair use doctrine
- Identifying and addressing potential problems with user generated content and social media use
- Spotting trademark and right of publicity issues
Virtual Event Details | Presentation and Q&A
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 | 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Prior to the event, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting link and ID needed to join.
Meet the Speaker
Meaghan Kent, Partner, Venable
Meaghan Kent is an experienced intellectual property litigator and an efficient and practical counselor, advising clients on copyrights, trademarks, patents, right of publicity, domain names, and other online disputes. Meaghan co-leads the Copyright and Trademark Litigation practice and Venable’s cross-division Copyright Law team. She counsels clients on the development and protection of intellectual property portfolios, including registration, licensing, clearance, fair use analysis and establishing efficient enforcement strategies to monitor and abate online infringement. Meaghan litigates copyright, patent, trademark, and trade dress disputes in federal court, including bench and jury trials, and through appeal. She has experience representing clients before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), International Trade Commission (ITC), World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and National Arbitration Forum. Meaghan is also a registered patent attorney, using that credential and background in litigation and counseling.
She often works with toy, game, and related entertainment and media companies, innovative consumer product companies, software companies, and art publishers. She is proud to advise the Toy Association, the Automotive Anti-Counterfeiting Council (A2C2), the Art Copyright Coalition, and their respective members on anti-piracy and anti-counterfeiting policy and strategy.
Her experience in resolving online disputes includes cyberpiracy and domain name matters (ACPA, UDRP, URS); keyword advertising, meta tagging, and click fraud matters; Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedowns and counter-notifications; and publicity matters involving social media.