About this Event
2000 H St NW, Washington DC 20052
Please join GW Law's Intellectual Property Law Program's Speaker Series with featured guest Mary Catherine Amerine, Senior Associate at King & Ballow will be discussing her research Protecting Public Interests in Public Art.
Mary Catherine is a senior associate at Nashville entertainment law firm King & Ballow, where she works with famed music copyright lawyer Richard Busch, litigating cutting-edge copyright issues in music and the entertainment industry. Prior to joining King & Ballow, Mary Catherine litigated trademark and false advertising cases at Norton Rose Fulbright and Shearman & Sterling (now A&O Shearman) and managed the international trademark portfolio for one of the world’s largest consumer retailers. A graduate of William & Mary Law School, Mary Catherine has won multiple writing awards, published articles and a book chapter on copyright issues, and was a 2022-2023 Edison Fellow at the Center for Intellectual Property x Innovation Law (C-IP2) at George Mason University, Antonin Scalia Law School.
Lunch will be provided. This is an in-person event.