Counsel for Perfect 10 v. Google Square Off with panelists Andrew Bridges, Russ Frackman, Fred Von Lohmann and Tyler Ochoa. Justin Hughes moderates.
The talk focuses on the Perfect 10 v. Google case and its implications for Internet copyright.
Andrew Bridges is a litigation partner at the San Francisco office of Winston & Strawn LLP and concentrates his practice on litigation and strategic counseling with respect to trademark, copyright, advertising, consumer protection, unfair competition, trade secrets, Internet regulation, and media law.
Russell J. Frackman's expertise is litigation concentrating in the areas of copyright, trademark, unfair competition, and entertainment in state and federal courts and before the arbitration tribunals of the Writers Guild, Directors Guild, Screen Actors Guild, American Film Marketing Association, and American Arbitration Association. His practice focuses primarily on motion picture, record, and music publishing companies; recording artists, actors, producers, agents, and writers.
Justin Hughes teaches intellectual property, Internet law, and international trade courses at Cardozo Law School, Yeshiva University, in New York City. He also serves as Director of the law school's Intellectual Property Program. In 2003, he was the Hosier Distinguished Visiting Professor in Intellectual Property at DePaul College of Law in Chicago.
Tyler Ochoa is a Professor of Law at Santa Clara University Law School.
Fred von Lohmann
Fred von Lohmann is a senior staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, specializing in intellectual property issues. In that role, he has represented programmers, technology innovators, and individuals in litigation against every major record label, movie studio, and television network (as well as several cable TV networks and music publishers) in the United States. In addition to litigation, he is involved in EFF's efforts to educate policy-makers regarding the proper balance between intellectual property protection and the public interest in fair use, free expression, and innovation.