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In an effort to redefine legal excellence, Gonzalo Law LLC believes it is important to be knowledgeable on local and international current events. These news events often result in changes to the laws that affect our clients. In order to provide additional resources to our clients, we provide access to the following U.S. and International news sources. These resources are for informational purposes only.  Please note that although we do check that all news comes from a reliable source, Gonzalo Law LLC does not guarantee the accuracy of the reported news. In addition, the views and opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the firm. Gonzalo Law LLC does not have any direct association with the following independent news providers.

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  • U.S. Copyright Office, NewsNet Issue 776
    NewsNet Issue 776July 29, 2019 U.S. Copyright Office Opens Chief of Operations Search The U.S. Copyright Office announces the search for a chief of operations. The chief of operations is a principal advisor to the Register of Copyrights on all aspects of operations and planning and is responsible for coordinating and directing certain operational activities of the Copyright Office, including human resources and administrative services. This position is key to implementing the U.S. Copyright Office Strategic Plan, 2019–2023 and coordinates strategic planning for all components of the Copyright Office. With the Register of Copyrights, the chief of operations establishes short- and long-term goals for each office, consistent with the vision of the Register, as well as goals that cross the organization, developing a plan and methods to achieve those goals.   Applications are due September 9. For more information and to apply for the position, visit the posting on USAJOBS. For more information about the U.S. Copyright Office, visit copyright.gov.
  • U.S. Copyright Office, NewsNet Issue 775
    NewsNet Issue 775July 15, 2019 Copyright Office Announces Fourth Modernization Webinar The Copyright Office will host its fourth public modernization webinar on Thursday, July 25, 2019, at noon eastern time.  The Office has received a number of questions on modernization and will use this webinar to highlight some of them to help explain the functions of the Enterprise Copyright System (ECS), future available data, and more. After the presentations, the panelists will answer additional questions submitted by the attendees.  Participants must register for this Copyright Office webinar. The Copyright Office launched its modernization webinar series on January 31, 2019. View past webinars and presentation slides on copyright.gov. The Office will continue to hold additional webinars every other month during modernization to keep the public informed about and involved in the modernization process. Future webinar dates and topics will be announced through NewsNet.
  • U.S. Copyright Office, NewsNet Issue 774
    NewsNet Issue 774July 11, 2019 Create an Adventure with Copyright The U.S. Copyright Office is hosting the Copyright Matters event “Create an Adventure with Copyright” on Wednesday, July 31, at 10:00 a.m. eastern time, in the historic Coolidge Auditorium of the Library of Congress in the Jefferson Building in Washington, DC. While copyright might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about taking an adventure, copyright and adventure actually go hand in hand. Have you seen a photograph of a beautiful location and then gone on your own adventure there? Or have you written a song about an incredible place you have visited? The event will celebrate the role copyright plays in inspiring adventure and how adventure promotes copyright, with a focus on the impact copyright has on photographs, travel books, music, TV shows, and movies. Featured speakers include Jeanne M. Fink, vice president and senior associate general counsel, National Geographic Society; John Hessler, author and curator of the Kislak Collection of the Archaeology of the Early Americas, Library of Congress; Andrea Sachs, travel reporter, The Washington Post; and Shodekeh, professional beatboxer, hip-hop vocal percussionist, breath artist. The event will also be livestreamed. Please visit the Copyright Office website to register for the event and to stay up-to-date about this program and speakers. Request ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or at ada@loc.gov.
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