Janet Fries is of counsel in Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP's Intellectual Property Practice Group and pro bono project coordinator for the Washington, DC office. Her practice focuses on copyright and trademark law, entertainment law and Internet law. Janet has represented numerous authors, artists, collectors, estates, art organizations, musicians, producers and Internet companies in connection with issues involving contract negotiation and preparation, Web site review, copyright and trademark protection, and enforcement and related matters. Janet is a frequent lecturer and is currently co-teaching “ Legal Issues in Arts Management,” a graduate seminar at George Mason University. She has published a number of articles on copyright and related topics. Janet is an active member of the IP Section of the ABA: she is the Chair of the Copyright Division, a member of the Continuing Legal Education Board and a member of the Copyright Reform Task Force. She is fellow of the American Bar Foundation and vice chair of the Arts and Cultural Law Committee for the Arts, Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Section of the DC Bar. In addition to her legal practice, Janet is an experienced professional editorial and fine art photographer. Her work has been published and exhibited widely and has been acquired for the permanent collections of museums including the National Portrait Gallery, the Oakland Museum and the Corcoran Gallery of Art.