From Fortnite to TikTok. In the age of viral dance and digital media, Ross Bagley asks "To what degree does the Copyright Act's protection of choreographic works and pantomime extend to popular dance moves [...]?" Bagley recently published an American Bar Association article analyzing the vulnerability of dance moves and the difficult threshold for those seeking to protect those dances as choreographic works.

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More About Bagley's Practice

Ross M. Bagley is a member of Pryor Cashman's Litigation and Intellectual Property Groups. Focusing on high-stakes disputes involving infringement, termination, ownership and royalties for intellectual property, Ross litigates at the trial and appellate level on behalf of music publishers, record labels, performers, television and film studios and technology companies.

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