The Boundaries of Fair Use after Cariou v. Prince

Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 01:00 PM EST

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Sonia Katyal
Joseph M. McLaughlin Professor of Law,
Fordham Law

An award-winning scholar, Katyal teaches in the areas of intellectual property, property, and civil rights. Her articles have been published in prominent legal publications, and her most recent book, Property Outlaws (coauthored with Eduardo Peñalver), and forthcoming book, Contrabrand, are published by Yale University Press. In addition, she is coauthoring a casebook on cultural property and a handbook on law and art. She joined Fordham Law in 2002 after working as an Associate specializing in intellectual property litigation in the San Francisco office of Covington & Burling. She has served as a Law Clerk for Hon. Carlos Moreno (later a California Supreme Court Justice) of the Central District of California and Hon. Dorothy Nelson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Dale Cendali
Kirkland & Ellis LLP

A partner in Kirkland's New York office, Cendali is the head of the Firm's Copyright, Trademark and Internet Practice Group. She is a nationally recognized leader in the field of intellectual property litigation, having successfully litigated and tried numerous high-profile cases, and having argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. Her practice encompasses copyright, trademark, Internet patent, and trade secrets law, as well as defamation, the right of publicity, false advertising, privacy, complex contract disputes and similar areas, including electronic discovery. In 2010, the International Trademark Association elected her to serve as Counsel, the highest ranking position in the organization for an outside counsel. Cendali was also the Chair of the Trademark and Unfair Competition Committee and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. She was also the Vice Chair of the Copyright Division for the IP section of the American Bar Association, and currently serves as chair of the IP Special Issues Division of the ABA IP Section. She holds a J.D. from Harvard Law and B.A. from Yale University.

Virginia Rutledge
Art Historian and Attorney,
PIPE Arts Group

Rutledge has extensive experience in the art world. The former Vice President and General Counsel of Creative Commons and former Litigation Associate at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP has represented clients in the media and music industries, as well as arts nonprofit organizations. Her areas of practice included intellectual property, art, entertainment, antitrust, securities, and general commercial law. She also has worked as an exhibition associate for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and served as a contributing editor for Art Papers magazine. Rutledge has presented on art, digital media, and intellectual property law at conferences around the world, and her writing on art has been published in Art in America and Bookforum. She holds several academic degrees including a J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), and an M. Phil. in Art History from the City University of New York’s Graduate School and University Center.

Christine Steiner
Special Counsel,
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

Steiner works in the firm's Entertainment, Media and Technology practice with her emphasis on visual arts, public art, nonprofits, foundations, intellectual property, publishing, and art market and general business transactions. She represents art collectors, national and international living artists and collectors, galleries, museums and cultural organizations, among others. Prior to private practice, she served as Secretary and General Counsel of the J. Paul Getty Trust and as Assistant General Counsel of the Smithsonian Institution. She currently serves on the editorial board of the Copyright Society of the USA, and is active in the arts in LA.