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Keeping It Between the Lines: The Current State of Copyright Fair Use
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Chicago Sept Event

9/29/2016
When: Thursday, September 29, 2016
5:30-8:00 p.m.
Where: Brinks Gilson & Lione
455 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive
NBC Tower, Suite 3600
Chicago, Illinois  60611
United States
Contact: Kate Berezutskaya
773-307-7217


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Keeping It Between the Lines: The Current State of Copyright Fair Use

Join us for a guided tour of the modern artwork on display at Brinks Gilson & Lione, followed by a presentation and reception.

Registration:

Early Registration (Through Sept 27)
LES Member: $20.00
Non-Member: $25.00
LES Student Member: Free

After Sept. 27
LES Member: $25.00
Non-Member: $30.00
LES Student Member: Free

 

Sponsor:

 

Fine Art Tour Provided by:



 

Speaker:  Craig Bradley

Craig Bradley passionately focuses his practice on all aspects of trademark, unfair competition, and copyright law.  He represents a broad range of clients from large companies to start ups, guiding them to ideal and cost-effective solutions.

Craig’s litigation experience includes motion drafting, managing fact and expert discovery, and coordinating and analyzing document productions.  He has also handled numerous trademark applications and disputes before the USPTO.  Expanded biography.

Program:
Join LES-Chicago for this networking event generously hosted and sponsored by Brinks Gilson & Lione.  The evening will start with a guided tour of the firm’s modern art collection led by Julia Sobieraj of DeGroot Fine Art.  The tour will be followed by a reception and presentation.  Craig Bradley, an attorney in the Chicago office of Brinks Gilson & Lione, will speak on copyright fair use.  Light refreshments and appetizers will be served.  

Cancellation Policy:
The registration cancellation deadline is September 27.  After September 27, registration fees are non-refundable. Substitutions are allowed.