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"Copyright, Licenses, and Avoiding the Perils of Infringement," ACC Docket, October 2017
Reprinted with permission of the authors and the Association of Corporate Counsel as it originally appeared: Rebecca Hanovice, Lauren Bruzzone, Sabina Vayner, and Jennifer Findley, "Copyright, Licenses, and Avoiding the Perils of Infringement," ACC Docket, October 2017: 69-75. Copyright 2017, the Association of Corporate Counsel. All rights reserved. If you are interested in joining ACC, please go to www.acc.com, call 202.293.4103 x360, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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