Friend or Foe?
The Law of Intellectual Property and Mainstream Media's Fight for Survival
An Intellectual Property and Communications Law Program Lecture
12:00 noon, Monday, October 19, 2009
Castle Board Room, Michigan State University College of Law
Presented by David E. McCraw, Vice-President and Assistant General Counsel, NY Times Company.
David McCraw is Vice President and Assistant General Counsel of The New York Times Company, where he is responsible for litigation and for providing legal counsel to the newsrooms of The Times, The Boston Globe, The International Herald Tribune, and the company's other 15 newspapers as well as its websites. He has been at The Times since 2002. He previously served as Deputy General Counsel of The New York Daily News and a litigation associate at Clifford Chance and Rogers & Wells. He has lectured on U.S. press law in various countries in the Middle East, South America, and Eastern Europe.