Cynthia S. Arato Appointed to 3-Year Term as Member of The Copyright & Literary Property Committee of The New York City Bar Association
Partner Cynthia S. Arato has been appointed to a 3-year term as a member of the Copyright & Literary Property Committee of the New York City Bar Association. The Copyright & Literary Property Committee addresses a wide variety of issues of concern to the copyright bar and to industries that are focused on content creation, distribution and publication, including book and magazine publishing, media, entertainment, music, art, film, and online content delivery technologies and business models. The Committee follows and reports on noteworthy decisions, new and proposed legislation, and cutting edge developments, such as in the areas of digital publishing rights, online digital media storage and access, DMCA enforcement, first sale doctrine, apparel design protection, evolving fair use standards, copyright restoration and recapture, online piracy, and anti-counterfeiting enforcement and remedies. The Committee also sponsors, sometimes with other Committees within the IP committee cluster, both CLE and non-CLE programs.