On March 9, clothing retailer H&M filed a complaint seeking a declaratory judgment in the Eastern District of N.Y. in response to copyright litigation threats by a graffiti artist whose work was featured in H&M’s promotional materials; on Tuesday, March 20, the Technology Policy Institute will host an event tilted “Music Licensing – Proposals for Reform”, in which current issues in music use and legislative proposals will be discussed; on Wednesday March 21st, the House Ways and Means Committee will hold a hearing on the “U.S. Trade Policy Agenda” featuring U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, who will testify before the Senate Finance Committee on the same topic on Thursday.