Illustration by Gerhard Munthe of a troll beneath a bridge from a Norwegian fairy tale, this illustration is now in the public domain.
Learn the basics of copyright law in the United States and how to use photos and artwork on your website without letting a copyright troll take a bite out of your company.
Join us for a copyright breakfast presentation by Eric Stenshoel, counsel in the Intellectual Property group of NACC Member and event host Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP. October 25, 8:45am. Refreshments will be served.
Eric is counsel in the Intellectual Property group of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP. He focuses on intellectual property issues related to mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances, research and development agreements, private equity transactions involving emerging technologies, and complex licensing arrangements, as well as intellectual property litigation. He also assists clients in developing and protecting international portfolios of trademark rights and gives frequent seminars on compliance with U.S. copyright law.
Eric’s industry experience includes publishing and the arts, manufacturing, consumer products, software and database technology. World Trademark Review describes Eric as “Quick to reply and with a font of experience in intellectual property, he is a one-stop shop for time-sensitive advice.” Clients also say “He really becomes engaged with your business and his client-handling skills are outstanding. You can have total confidence in his guidance.”