Associate Professor Schultz testifies before House Judiciary Committee on Scope of Copyright Protection
January 16, 2014
Mark F. Schultz, Associate Professor of Law and Director of Faculty Development, recently testified before the U. S. House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet.
He testified on the scope of copyright protection, and, in particular, the rights of the creators of television programs and broadcast networks.
The hearing, which was held on January 14, 2014, is part of a comprehensive review of copyright, which may lead to a revision of the Copyright Act.
Professor Schultz joined the faculty in 2003. He teaches and writes primarily in the area of intellectual property. See his faculty profile here.
Watch a video of the hearing here.