The International Committee provides an international
perspective on existing and developing law as it affects practice in the area
of entertainment, the arts and sports, including consideration of how
differences among jurisdictions can affect legal transactions and
The committee plans to collaborate with other
committees within EASL, as well as the International Section and the
Intellectual Property Section, in the development of programs highlighting the
special issues arising in the context of international transactions. Topics under discussion include:
- The protection of designer names as trademarks
internationally against the risk of bankruptcy.
- The significance of the 2nd Circuit’s
recent ruling on copyright exhaustion (the first sale rule) for publishing
internationally and how it applies to electronic publishing
Eric Jon Stenshoel and Brian D. Wynn are the co-chairs of the International Committee.
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