Partner Tom Hentoff participated on the panel “Fair Use and the Celebrity Plagiarist: Takeaways on transformative use from the SCOTUS ruling in Andy Warhol Foundation v Goldsmith” hosted by the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA). Tom, who represented Ms. Goldsmith in her appeal before the Second Circuit and was a member of the team representing Goldsmith in the Supreme Court, discussed the Court’s decision and its implications.
Tom serves as Co-Chair of Williams & Connolly’s Trademark and Copyright and First Amendment and Media practice groups. His practice is concentrated in three areas: intellectual property disputes, First Amendment and media law, and complex civil litigation. Tom has represented clients in a wide variety of copyright, trademark, trade secret, defamation, privacy, false-advertising, and class action litigation and counseling matters. He has also represented clients in a broad range of civil litigation matters at the trial and appellate levels.
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