David Wittenstein

Media and Information Technology practice, Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC
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David Wittenstein joined Dow Lohnes in 1981 and serves as the head of the law firm's Media and Information Technologies practice. He specializes in intellectual property, content and related issues for the media, telecommunications and technology industries. He has participated in several copyright cases of first impression, as well as in other intellectual property litigation. Wittenstein has negotiated numerous content licensing, acquisition and distribution agreements across all media and regularly counsels clients on the full range of copyright and trademark issues, ranging from fair use analyses to re-use of traditional media content in online ventures. In recent years, he has focused increasingly on issues relating to the Internet and new media. Wittenstein is a former adjunct professor at Howard Law School for several years, where he taught the school's copyright law course. Wittenstein has published articles on programming and has given numerous speeches and seminars on media and intellectual property subjects. He graduated from Haverford College, magna cum laude, and from Duke University Law School, where he served as an editor of the Duke Law Journal.

KDMC Sessions

October 01, 2007, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Windows Media Video: Video: Best practices Lawyered-up (205 MB)
PowerPoint: Copyright and Fair Use Online (Wittenstein)
Word Document: An Extremely Brief Introduction to Copyright Law
SEMINAR: Journalism in a 24/7 World: Decision-making for the Online Editor


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