CCC salutes and celebrates the historic milestone passed recently by the US Copyright Office: its 150th year of continuous operation.
How do in-house counsel and others managing the exchange of information throughout the global organization ensure the company is remaining compliant with copyright laws worldwide while continually evolving to meet the changing needs of the business? At T. Rowe Price, it begins with fostering a copyright-compliant culture.
In late June, US Copyright Office announced an upcoming change in procedures for copyright registration of groups of “short literary works”.
T. Rowe Price’s team shares how their copyright compliance strategy has evolved to better address a remote workforce.
The Copyright Office is understandably focused on recordation and registration which serve a variety of purposes, only one of which is the creation of a publicly available database of ownership.
A relatively obscure section of copyright law comes up for a constitutional test at the Supreme Court.
Copyright advocacy is, and has long been, an integral part of CCC’s mission. Part and parcel of that advocacy is the promotion of voluntary collective licensing.