ABA Webinar on Uses and Abuses of Generative Artificial Intelligence


The American Bar Association (ABA) is hosting a program to delve into generative artificial intelligence (GAI) actions and discovery that may arise from its use, the applicability of Daubert or Frye, and the ethical implications of GAI for attorneys and judges. Stephanie Domitrovich will moderate the 120-minute webinar, joined by panelists Jin-Ho King, Kimberly Kim, and Nicole Lemire Garlic. Registration is open to members […]

ABA Webinar on Staying Abreast of Generative AI and Ahead of the AI Revolution


This discussion hosted by the American Bar Association (ABA) will "explore the legal, ethical, and academic policy considerations regarding the use of generative AI by businesses, their employees, and their vendors." The webinar is 90 minutes and will be moderated by Lois Deborah Mermelstein. Panelists include Jon Meredith Garon, Lois Deborah Mermelstein, Mark A Chinen, and Zachary Leo Catanzaro.   Registration […]

USCO CPMC Modernization Roundtable

Longworth House Office Building, Room 1310, Washington, DC

A Copyright Public Modernization Committee (CPMC) Roundtable will be held to discuss U.S. Copyright Office modernization initiatives. Copyright Alliance CEO Keith Kupferschmid, along with other members of the CPMC, will share updates and questions on the development of the Office’s updated online registration system and public recordation database; best edition deposit requirements and deposit security; […]

House Administration Committee USCO Modernization Roundtable 

Longworth House Office Building, Room 1310, Washington, DC

The House Administration Committee will hold a roundtable to discuss modernization of the U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright Alliance CEO Keith Kupferschmid, along with other members of the Copyright Public Modernization Committee (CPMC), have been invited to share comments on the development of the Office’s updated online registration system and public recordation database; best edition deposit […]

ICMP Global Music Publishers’ Perspective on Copyright Infrastructure


The International Confederation of Music Publishers’ (ICMP) Director General John Phelan will present a webinar on the music publishers’ perspective, focusing on metadata systems to ensure digital music usage is recognized, facilitating payment for creators, while shining a light on how music publishers apply these tools and what the infrastructure-related challenges are. For additional information and […]

HJC IP Subcommittee Hearing: Oversight of the U.S. Copyright Office

2141 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC and online

The House Judiciary Committee (HJC) IP Subcommittee will hold a U.S. Copyright Office oversight hearing on September 27 at 10 a.m. ET in DC and online. The only witness will be Register of Copyrights, Shira Perlmutter. For more information and to watch the hearing via livestream, please click here. 

USIPA IP Roundtable: How Do We Exist with AI In Entertainment, Arts, and Sports?


The U.S. Intellectual Property Alliance (USIPA) is hosting a free, virtual roundtable, titled How Do We Coexist with Al in Entertainment, Arts and Sports? A panel of speakers, including Bruce Siegal, David Lowery, Lana Love, Keith Kupferschmid, and Bruce Berman as the moderator, will discuss the impact of AI on entertainment, arts, and sports. For […]

USCO Monthly Recordation System Webinar


The U.S. Copyright Office will hold its next monthly webinar to keep the public updated on the Office’s optimized Recordation System. Separate from the Office’s registration application, the new recordation module allows users to electronically transfer their copyrights to someone else. The webinars will “cover announcements about the module, important reminders, frequently asked questions, and a live […]

NAIAC Virtual Briefing on Copyright and AI

Virtual Briefing Session

The National Artificial Intelligence Advisory Committee (NAIAC) will hold a virtual briefing session during which Copyright Alliance CEO, Keith Kupferschmid, Aaron Cooper of BSA, and Catherine Stihler of Creative Commons will offer commentary. A moderator will present and answer the Committee’s questions on copyright related AI issues. The event is open to the public, but […]

Deadline to Submit Written Comments to USCO on NPRM on Expanded Access to Electronic Deposits of Copyrighted Works

On September 1, the U.S. Copyright Office issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) “to update its regulation regarding access to electronic deposits of published works submitted to the Office and selected for addition to the collections of the Library of Congress.” The proposed rule expands the categories of eligible electronic deposits covered by the Office’s current […]

USPTO Roundtable on Future Strategies in Anti-Counterfeiting and Anti-Piracy

Clara Barton Auditorium, 600 Dulany Street, Alexandria, VA and online

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) will host a roundtable to share insights from businesses, intellectual property holders, and other stakeholders on the future outlook of anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy. Topics include trends, evolutions, harms, protective measures, and technological solutions in counterfeiting and piracy. A recording will be available for anyone unable to attend. For […]