Washington, D.C., partner Bruce Sanford, who has been described by American Journalism Review as one of the most accomplished press lawyers in the nation, has been invited to address the Federal Trade Commission's second two-day workshop on the future of journalism, "How Will Journalism Survive The Internet Age?," to be held March 9-10, 2010, in Washington, D.C.
Sanford will be a member of the panel discussing, "Current Copyright Issues In Journalism":
Changes to copyright law have been suggested as means to require news aggregators to pay fees to news-gathering operations. Panelists will discuss whether such changes would be workable and likely achieve the desired results.
Click here for more information on the event from the FTC website.