The Cases that "Rocked" the Entertainment World in 2022



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January 18, 2022
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About the Program

This program will cover many of the important case decisions, issues, and trends in the world of Entertainment Litigation in the past year, and the possible ramifications for future litigation, including topics such as copyright infringement (music, film, & Internet), breach of contract, defamation, and right of publicity, among others.

Meet the Speakers
Pierre B. Pine


Partner McPherson LLP

Pierre Pine is a partner at McPherson LLP, and has been practicing law since 2001.  He began his career as an associate with Parker Mills & Patel LLP, handling various complex business litigation matters.  Mr. Pine joined McPherson LLP in September 2006.

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Aaron Moss


Partner Greenberg Glusker LLP

Aaron Moss is the chair of the litigation department at Greenberg Glusker in Los Angeles. He has extensive experience in copyright, trademark, media and entertainment litigation matters. Aaron has been repeatedly named to The Hollywood Reporter’s “Top 100 Power Lawyers” list, is ranked by Chambers USA as a leading lawyer in media\ and entertainment litigation and was recently named “Lawyer of the Year” by “Best Lawyers” for his work in First Amendment and media law. Aaron has served as a past president of the Los Angeles Copyright 

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Kevin (K.J.) Greene


Law Professor Southwestern Law School

A graduate of the Yale Law School and a U.S Marine veteran, Professor Kevin J. Greene is the John J. Schumacher Chair Professor at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles, California, where he teaches Copyright Law and Entertainment Law. 

Professor Greene’s award winning scholarship explores copyright, trademark and publicity rights issues, including abusive trademark litigation, idea misappropriation as a Hollywood business model, and the impact of intellectual property law on African‐American creativity. Greene was the first legal scholar to analyze how IP doctrine facilitated expropriation of African‐American music and culture. 

Professor Greene practiced law in New York at the premier firm of Cravath, Swaine & Moore, representing companies such as Time Warner/HBO, and at a top New York entertainment law boutique firm, where his clients included film production companies, film director Spike Lee, and music artists including Harry Connick, Jr., Bobby Brown, and the seminal rap group Public Enemy. 

As an expert witness‐consultant in copyright and IP cases, Greene worked with funk music legend George Clinton in a landmark copyright case in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Christine Lepera


Partner Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, LLP

Christine Lepera focuses her practice on the entertainment and media industries as a litigator and strategic advisor. Christine is a co-chair of the Entertainment & IP Litigation Practice Group and member of the firm’s Governing Board. Her practice covers the landscape of entertainment/media disputes and issues, including claims of copyright and trademark infringement, unfair competition, right of publicity/privacy violations, and industry contract and commercial disputes. Christine has represented many leading entertainers and entertainment/media companies, including those mentioned in the representative matters below.

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