Creative professionals today are awash in conflicting, misleading information about copyright and trademark. This webinar will give you the truth from actual intellectual property attorneys—truth you need in order to know and enforce your rights, save your business, and to stay out of court and out of jail.
* Who really owns the copyright to the work you create?
* When and how is copyright ownership granted?
* When and how should you to register a copyright?
* What is “Fair Use?”
* What are the differences between copyright, trademark, service mark, and Registered Trademark?
* What should you do if someone infringes on your copyright?
* Are you violating someone else’s copyright right now?
The answers to these questions might surprise you.
Certainly, if you rely on the Web to answer them you’re operating under misconceptions that could cost you money, your rights, your reputation, your entire business, even your freedom.
Date: Thursday, April 20, 2011, 10 AM to 1 PM Pacific
Cost: $149 if you register before April 1; $199 after April 1. For groups of 5 or more tickets, $129/per ticket.
Pariah S. Burke interviewed over a dozen intellectual property attorneys who specialize in copyright and trademark law, registration, and enforcement to get to the truth about copyright and dispel the misinformation and confusion prevalent on the Web today.
Attend this webinar to obtain the truth you and all creative professionals need to know in order protect yourself, your clients, and the value of your work.
Webinar Format & Recording
This 3-hour Webinar will be delivered electronically via Adobe Connect, the best of breed online meeting and seminar system. Video and audio will be transmitted live through Adobe Connect. You may participate in the Webinar from anywhere in the world with a high-speed Internet connection. The URL of the Webinar, as well as your login username and password, will be sent to you via e-mail a few days before the event begins.
Following the event you will be able to view a recording of the event online. You will be able to pause, stop, start, fast-forward, and rewind the recording for viewing on your schedule. A link to the recording will be e-mailed to you within 1–5 business days following the conclusion of the live event.