Tagged with Library of Congress

Mrs. Saucier Goes to Washington

Mrs. Saucier Goes to Washington

Some nights you drift off to sleep knowing you fully lived into your purpose. This past week was such a week and has been information overload. I feel smarter than I did this time last week, which is always a really good thing. Still, overload. Each month I have the wonderful opportunity to travel to … Continue reading

Government Shutdown and Copyright

Late on Monday afternoon September 30, the Copyright Office released the results of a study that was two-years in the making.  The report deals with the idea of establishing an alternative system for settling smallish copyright disputes outside of filing in federal court.  Y’all know my inner copyright diva did some backflips over this news when … Continue reading

Feature Friday – Willy Bearden

Feature Friday – Willy Bearden

I had the great pleasure of getting to know filmmaker Willy Bearden several years back when we worked together on the Mississippi night salue to the GRAMMYs® event.  In addition to being a gifted storyteller Willy is also an avid music fan and a lover of all things Memphis.  I am so excited he agreed … Continue reading

World IP Day

Today is the celebration of World Intellectual Property Day in Washington, D.C. While the official day is two days later on April 26, America will take time to celebrate today. The first World Intellectual Property day was held 43 years ago in 1970. The goal was for countries with their varied, and sometimes contradictory, laws … Continue reading