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Join AIGA Boston and Breather at our Design & Business Workshop focused on copyright protection and fair use.
Do I need to register my copyright to protect it? Do I own my copyright, or does it belong to my client? What is fair use? If you’ve had any of these questions, you’re not alone! Copyright law is critically important to working artists across all media, but it can be difficult to grasp. Seemingly simple issues, such as copyright ownership, can easily become complex. Fortunately, a working knowledge of the basics of copyright law can help you more vigilantly protect your work and stay out of trouble.
In this interactive workshop, we’ll learn copyright basics, such as:
- What copyright protects and when to register
- When a work is a “work-for-hire”
- When fair use applies
- What constitutes infringement
We’ll also briefly cover trademarks, the right of publicity, and where to find legal resources. This program will be a great resource for copyright novices and veterans alike. Participation is encouraged – if you’ve had experience working with copyright issues, join the conversation!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone who creates or manages original content.
AIGA Member: $15
AIGA Student Member: $10
Student Non-Member (ID Required): $15
Lucas Blackadar is a Boston-based intellectual property attorney. Prior to opening his practice, The Law Office of Lucas M. Blackadar, Luke worked as a business litigation attorney at a law firm in downtown Boston, where he defended architects and engineers from professional liability lawsuits and advised clients in drafting professional services contracts.
Breather is a network of productive, private meeting spaces available on-demand, right here in Boston. We are the world’s most advanced meeting space solution.
Cancellation Policy & Other Info:
Cancellation / Refund Policy
Your registration constitutes permission to use photos, audio, and video recording taken of you at the event for promotional and educational purposes in connection with AIGA Boston. AIGA Boston has adopted the AIGA Code of Conduct with regard to its activities. We reserve the right to refuse admittance for violations of this Code, or other unlawful or disruptive actions. Any concerns should be addressed to the Director of Membership or Community Outreach.
Graphic by Marisa Bohlmann