Arthur J. Levine
Arthur Levine practices trademark and copyright law. Mr. Levine frequently lectures and publishes on various aspects of copyright law and has served as adjunct professor of copyright law at Georgetown University Law Center.
Mr. Levine has a wide variety of experience pertaining to trademark and copyright law. He held the position of the executive director of the National Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works, which was responsible for recommending changes in the copyright law to assure that computer programs were protectable. The Commission’s changes were adopted by Congress and have since become law. Mr. Levine also worked at the U.S. Copyright Office for eight years, and served as a consultant on copyright and computer matters to the World Intellectual Property Organization.
- Appointed by the Librarian of Congress to the Library of Congress Advisory Group on Copyright Registration and Deposit.
- District of Columbia Bar Association (Member, Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law Section); (Chairman, Committees on: Copyright Office Affairs, 1972-1973); (Copyright Law Revision, 1973-1974); (Copyright and New Technology, 1978-1980); (Copyright Legislation, 1982-1984); (Copyright Division, 1984-1985); (Authors, 1985-1987)
- American Intellectual Property Law Association (Chairman, Copyright Matters Committee, 1984-1986)
- Copyright Society of the U.S.A. (Trustee, 1976-1978)
- Coauthor. "Notice, Deposit and Registration: The Importance of Being Formal," UCLA Law Review.
- "Piracy And The New Technologies," Justice For A Generation, 1985.