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March 19, 2013

Constantine Cannon partner Seth Greenstein was quoted in Law360 article, High Court Ruling May Curb Int'l Sales Of Copyrighted Work. Click here to read the article.

Bowman v. Monsanto

Posted  02/19/13
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein spoke on a panel discussion at the American University - Washington College of Law.

New Perspectives on the First Sale Doctrine

Posted  02/15/13
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein spoke on the panel at the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. mid-winter meeting in Austin, Texas.

February 8, 2013

Seth Greenstein spoke on a panel discussion on Bowman v. Monsanto on February 19 at the American University - Washington College of Law. Click here for more information.

February 7, 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 on February 15.

Aereo

Posted  09/28/12
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Panelist, Federal Communications Bar Association Intellectual Property, Video Programming Committees (September 28, 2012).

Viacom v. YouTube on the "Safe Harbor" Provision of the DMCA Practical Implications of the Second Circuit's Decision<

Posted  05/21/12
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein was a panelist for Law Seminars International.

Costco V. Omega - Copyright first-sale doctrine based on where goods are made and sold.

Posted  09/15/11
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein was a panelist at the Chicago-Kent Supreme Court IP Review Conference in Chicago, Illinois.

Copy Owners v. Copyright Owners: Is the First-Sale Doctrine Dead in the Digital Era?

Posted  06/1/11
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Seth Greenstein was a panelist at the DC Bar program in Washington, D.C.

DMCA Passe? The Unintended Consequences of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act Well after the Millennium: Viacom/YouTube and StorageTek Decisions

Posted  02/24/11
CC Attorney Seth D. Greenstein
Panelist, Federal Communications Bar Association Intellectual Property, Video Programming & Distribution and Broadband Committees (February 24, 2011).

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