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October 16, 2007

Time: 5:30 - 7:00

YOU SUED YOUTUBE: Why and What Next?

Google paid more than a billion dollars to make money off a web site that exploits the intellectual property of others, without paying for the privilege.  A group of them, including the Premier Football League, Bourne Music Co., Cherry Lane Music Publishing and the NMPA, unhappy with this state of affairs, have filed a class action copyright infringement suit against Google, demanding their fair share of the pie on behalf of themselves and other copyright owners.  Meet the plaintiffs' attorneys and other interested parties in this case as they discuss why the law suit was filed, how they expect Google to fight them, what they hope to achieve and the implications for other web sites that post proprietary material without paying. 


Robert Bienstock, Esq.
Executive Vice President; Carlin America, Inc.

Jacqueline Charlesworth
General Counsel, NMPA

William H. Hart, Esq.
Proskauer Rose LLP

James Hough, Esq.
Morrison & Foerster LLP


Marc D. Ostrow
General Manager, Boosey & Hawkes

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