April 25-26, 2002
Due to limited available seating, advance registration is required.
|PURPOSE:||The rapid globalization of trade and the growth of the Internet have opened up a whole new
world of economic opportunities-and a whole new world of challenges-for intellectual property owners. In the post-WIPO Copyright
Treaty ratification environment, governments, businesses and creators are taking steps to protect copyrighted works so as to best
take advantage of new technologies. The Copyright Conference will create an opportunity for Jim Rogan, the Under Secretary of
Commerce for Intellectual Property, and other high-ranking government intellectual property officials , to discuss current domestic
and international issues vital to the development of e-commerce with members of the business and intellectual property communities.
|WHEN:||The Copyright Conference will be held on Thursday,
April 25, 2002 and Friday, April 26, 2002, beginning at 9:00 a.m. and ending
at approximately 5:30 p.m. each day. Due to limited available seating, attendance
at the Copyright Conference will be limited to 300 people per day. Only
two requests per firm, agency, or organization will be accepted. Additional
requests from each firm, agency, or organization will be placed on a wait
list and contacted on April 24, 2002 only if space is available.
|WHERE:||The Copyright Conference
is being held at:
The Academy for Educational Development