The biennial Media Law Conference is the most substantive and effective conference for experienced media defense lawyers. The conference focuses on the practical aspects of media law and litigation, with a mix of plenary and boutique sessions on a wide variety of topics.
On Wednesday, James Rosenfeld moderates "Fair Use, Parody and Transformation." A discussion of the impact of the Andy Warhol and Jack Daniel's decisions of the Supreme Court. With Lisa Blatt, Williams & Connolly (who argued Warhol and Jack Daniel's in SCOTUS); Prof. Rebecca Tushnet; Roman Martinez, Latham & Watkins (who argued Warhol in SCOTUS); Susan Kohlmann, Jenner & Block (who submitted amicus briefs in both cases); and moderator James Rosenfeld, Davis Wright Tremaine.