PUBLICATIONS by Seth Greenstein

Microsoft v. Motorola: RAND Obligations Can Limit Infringement Remedies for Standard-Essential Patents

The Antitrust Counselor (with David Golden) (September 2015)
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For Online Contracts, 9th Circuit Requires Conspicuous Notice Plus ‘Something More’

Westlaw Journal Computer & Internet (with David Golden), October 23, 2014
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Why e-retailers should fix their fine print now

Internet Retailer (with David Golden), October 1, 2014
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Of Textbooks and iPods – Two Courts Look at the First Sale Doctrine (with Daniel Vitelli)

BNA Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal, May 10, 2013
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Would You Sell Your Kindle to Sell a Used Book?

Fortune Tech, Dec. 23, 2010
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Copyright in the Age of Distributed Applications

Paper presented at the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, selected for publication in “Communications Policy in Transition: The Internet and Beyond.” MIT Press, 2001


SPEECHES by Seth Greenstein

April 25, 2016
Seth Greenstein was a panelist in the Supreme Court Series: Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, on April 25, 2016, presented by the Washington College of Law and Federal Circuit Bar Association.  Click here for more.


September 17, 2015
Seth Greenstein spoke on “Digital Devices, Software Ownership, and the Law” on a panel presentation at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office seminar on Copyright, Culture, Art and Science in the Digital Age.


March 19, 2014
Seth Greenstein was a panelist on the Entertainment & Technology Law Conference Series discussion on Litigation Update: YouTube (never ends), Aereo (might end soon) and Web IV Rate-Setting Proceeding (never ever ends), New York, New York.


December 3, 2013
Seth Greenstein was a panelist on the Supreme Court Series: Lexmark International, Inc. v. Static Control Components, Inc. program presented by the American University Washington College of Law, Program on Information Justice & Intellectual Property.


April 9, 2013
Seth Greenstein was a panelist for the April 9 seminar, Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, on the copyright first sale doctrine, from Law Seminars International.


February 19, 2013
Seth Greenstein spoke on a panel discussion on Bowman v. Monsanto at the American University – Washington College of Law.


February 15, 2013
Seth Greenstein spoke on the panel “New Perspectives on the First Sale Doctrine” at the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. mid-winter meeting in Austin, Texas.


May 21, 2012
Seth Greenstein was a panelist for Viacom v. YouTube on the “Safe Harbor” Provision of the DMCA Practical Implications of the Second Circuit’s Decision, from Law Seminars International.


Sept. 15, 2011
Seth Greenstein was a panelist at the Chicago-Kent Supreme Court IP Review Conference: Costco V. Omega – Copyright first-sale doctrine based on where goods are made and sold. Chicago, Illinois.


June 1, 2011
Seth Greenstein was a panelist at the DC Bar program: Copy Owners v. Copyright Owners: Is the First-Sale Doctrine Dead in the Digital Era? Washington, D.C.


Nov. 8, 2010
Seth Greenstein was part of a panel entitled Supreme Court Confidential – Costco V. Omega. Washington DC Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA. George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C.


September 28, 2010
Seth Greenstein was a panelist at the National Association of Record Manufacturers Entertainment Law Conference, The Digital First Sale Doctrine: Who Owns – or Licenses – Digital Products and Content? New York, New York.


May 17, 2010
Seth Greenstein was a panelist at the National Association of Record Manufacturers Music Law 2010 Conference: Clouds, ISPs and Royalty Challenges, Music In The Cloud: Are Deals Getting More Complex – Again? Chicago, Illinois.>


March 18, 2010
Seth Greenstein participated on a panel entitled Royalties and Rip Offs!. Copyright Society Luncheon Event. Manhattan, New York.


November 19, 2007
Seth Greenstein was part of a panel entitled Copyright Issues at the FCC and the FTC, which discussed copyright matters brought to the attention of federal agencies other than the U.S. Copyright Office. Federal Communications Bar Association, Intellectual Property Practice Committee Brown Bag Lunch. Washington, D.C.


March 22, 2007
Guest speaker on a Stifel Nicolaus Capital Markets Conference Call. Call to discuss Viacom-Google/YouTube Copyright Suit.
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February 24, 2007
“Copyright Robin Hoods or Ransackers: Will the Future Find Media Distributors to be Merry Men or Merely Thieves?” symposium sponsored by the Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal.


June 23, 2003
Presentation to WIPO Informational Meeting on Webcasting, on “Technological Features of Webcasting,” Geneva, Switzerland
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