Workshop: Claims filed before the Copyright Claims Board

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Workshop: Claims filed before the Copyright Claims Board

Learn how to file a claim with the Copyright Claims Board as an alternative to federal court for effective remedy against infringement!

By Center for Art Law

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Tuesday, June 27 · 9 - 10am PDT



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About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

The Copyright Claims Board (Board) is an alternative forum to federal court to resolve copyright disputes involving damages up to $30,000. The Board opened its doors one year ago, in June 2022, and this workshop is designed to provide guidance on how to successfully file a claim. Join the Center for Art Law and Laura Kaiser, U.S Copyright Office, Copyright Claims Board, as we discuss what types of claims the Board can hear, the ins and outs of eCCB (the Board’s electronic case filing system), and common issues we are seeing during the compliance review process.

About the Speaker

Laura Kaiser, U.S. Copyright Office, Copyright Claims Board

Laura Kaiser is the Paralegal for the Copyright Claims Board (CCB). She is part of the team that launched the CCB in June 2022. Prior to joining the CCB, she earned a JD from The George Washington University Law School. During law school, Laura worked as a judicial intern for the U.S. District Court for DC and as a student attorney for the Family Justice Litigation Clinic. She also served as a legal intern with the Center for Art Law, where she wrote articles analyzing complex copyright and art restitution cases and current intellectual property and art law topics.

Before law school, she was an immigration paralegal for Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP. Laura holds a BA in Comparative Literature from New York University and studied abroad for a year in Florence, Italy.

About the organizer

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Center for Art Law

The Center for Art Law is a New York-based research and education nonprofit that offers resources and programming for the advancement of a vibrant arts and law community. Through its website and monthly Art Law Blast newsletter, the Center disseminates information and keeps readers updated on art- and law-related news, events, cases, and publications. The Center facilitates conversations by hosting and participating in programs including conferences, workshops, clinics, film screenings, and more. Today a world-renowned asset to the art law field, the Center serves artists, attorneys, students, and scholars of both disciplines, art market professionals and members of the general public. More information at