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As copyright itself is a subject of controversy and confusion, particularly in times of digital disruption, this interactive program will teach publishers everything they need to get up to speed on today’s hot-button copyright issues Including: Copyright 101: The Basics of copyright, what is it, who owns it, fair use, and its purpose; Copyright in Motion: Digital Media, user generated content and steps you can take to manage content access and use; Global Copyright: Explore the differences in copyright regulations and attitudes around the world; Copyright Today and Tomorrow: From Google Book Search, to iPad eBooks, to Pirate Bay - What's new, and what's to come.
Join Selina Maitreya and her guest International Photographer MICHAEL GRECCO as he shares Wise Words on the topic of COPYRIGHT.
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After a defining stint in photojournalism at the Boston Herald, Michael realized that, while he loved documenting his real-life, and 80′s music subjects on the fly, he wanted to explore his interest in directing people in a more controlled environment. Of course, the prospect of warmer climes and, a proximity to an industry that had a lot of interesting subjects, proved to be a more than attractive impetus for moving West.
Michael has spent years perfecting his signature lighting technique, and in addition to his work for clients, and as an authority on studio and location lighting, he began teaching his process to photographers all over the world, as well as publishing a book on the subject. He has won awards for his advertising and editorial portraiture for a large and impressive diverse group of clients. Recently, Michael has moved into publishing books and creating films around his photography projects, beginning with his recent publication of “Naked Ambition”, and “Naked Ambition: An R-Rated Look at an X-Rated Industry, the movie.”
The "Copyright trolls" are out in full voice. Trying to shake down your business when you inadvertently use a copyrighted photo on your commercial business websites.
This is a very serious issue as a copyright lawsuit could be assserted against your business which could literally put your company out of business.
Some people call it extortion, but then again the copyright holders do have a bundle of rights in their copyrighted works.
Attorney Steve, the IP and Technology lawyer discusses this hot topic that affects businesses of all kind, whether real estate broker, technology company, internet company or traditiional brick and mortar.
"Copyright, Contracts, Radio Airplay, Royalties and Statue of Limitations." What are the Pro's and Con's for an Business or Brand owner? There are benfits from copyrighting your product. No one can claim it as their own. It holds a lot of weight and stands up in a court of law. Why do we need contracts in business? Contracts change the dynamics for an Artist work. If it's not written and signed, it does not exist and if it doesn't exist it never happened. What that means is your product, life's work and efforts are a complete loss - In a court of law your hard work and efforts may now belong to someone else. How to monitor Radio Airplay? BDS, MediaBase and Sound Scan. What is BDS, Media Base and Sound Scan? What are the differences between them and why are they so important? What are the Statue of Limitations on Royalties in the Entertainment Industry? There are none. What does that mean for the Artist and what are the Pro's and Con's?
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The Klemchuk Kubasta Law Review is a quarterly educational Internet radio podcast focused on sharing news, tips and trends in complex legal issues focused in business, technology and innovation. This series features attorneys and guests of Klemchuk Kubasta, LLP, the law firm providing patent, trademark, trade dress, copyright and trade secret services, including litigation, licensing, prosecution and other intellectual property counseling. Episode 3: Darin talks about developing an on online trademark or copyright enforcement program.
Interview questions and topics covered on this show by co-host Darin Klemchuk:
How do IP owners determine harm being suffered and how can they set goals to enforce their rights?
What are the steps in identifying and registering intellectual property and whether that is warranted?
Who should manage an enforcement program and how should they monitor and analyze information?
As new technologies invite new infringers, how do we stay guarded and know if we are successful?
Darin Klemchuk is the co-founder and managing partner of Klemchuk Kubasta LLP, a Dallas-based IP boutique law firm that offers comprehensive intellectual property legal services, including litigation and enforcement of all forms of intellectual property as well as registration and licensing of patents, trademarks, trade dress and copyrights. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Copyright is a very important issue that most people are aware of but don't fully understand. One common myth some people have is that if you see something on the internet it is in the "public domain" and you can copy and paste it and use it on your real estate website.
Attorney Steve talks about what Copyright law is, what is fair use under copyright law and how real estate professionals need to keep this in mind when creating real estate websites.
MLS/copyright/trademark/data/tech attorney. Music junkie. Food geek. Consumer electronics enthusiast.
Mitchell Skinner is a member of Larson/Sobotka PLLC, a Minneapolis based law firm that focuses its practice on e-commerce, databases, web branding issues, and rule-making for online communities. Skinner provides copyright, trademark, and technology and licensing counsel to multiple listing services, Realtor® associations, and real estate brokerage firms. He often associates with MLS local and in-house counsel where his deep experience with MLS vendor contracts and MLS data licensing proves beneficial. Skinner also acts as corporate and intellectual property counsel for the Real Estate Standards Organization and provides support counsel to the Council of Multiple Listing Services. Prior to joining Larson/Sobotka PLLC, Skinner practiced general business litigation.
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As we slowly slip out of the realm of recession and into the thought of recovery and new construction, developers are beginning to think about new buildings and design. Architects are about to see their business expand and are being asked to design new buildings with origination and flair... or just copy what has already been done.
Really, are we in the real estate business to express our individuality and artistic flair or we doing this to make money? It may be both, but there is no denying that after years of cutting back costs just to survive, who really wants to spend a bunch of money on original design? Let's just cut the cost and tell the architect to copy some other building. Sounds like a good idea, no? Well, maybe it's not such a good idea and copying building designs may cost you far more than you imagined.
Listen as we discuss with Jeff Reichard, the world of architectural copyright protection and what architects, developers and building owners need to know when planning new development.
Some of the questions that we intend to answer, include:
Can you copy the design of a building? If so, what are the limitations imposed by law and how can you get around those limitations? Who actually owns the design of a building and how do you make sure that you own the design? How do you protect and enforce your rights to a design? If you buy a building that is already constructed, should you have any concerns that you may have liability for copyright infringement? Featured Guest: Jeffrey M. Reichard, Licensed Patent Attorney, Nexsen Pruet
Join us today for Women Leading the Way Radio as Deanna Potter, your host of Sassy Sales & Business Development, interviews Kristen Roberts, Founder and Managing Attorney of Trestle Law.
Kristen specializes in Trademark and Copyright Law and will share with us her experience, techniques, and philosophy on how she has thrived in a male dominated industry and took the leap from a traditionally structured law firm environment to establish her own business on her own terms. A business, which empowers and supports the aspirations of other professional female entrepreneurs.
You know the moment… when you realize you are great at what you do but miserable doing it. You realize that if you stay you may never get out. You ask yourself “What will I have to sacrifice to stay?” vs. “What will I gain if I take the chance to go out on my own?” The number of $10-million-plus women-owned firms increased by 57% in 2013. More and more female business owners are clear on the fact that they are ready and willing to take the reigns and invest in themselves first. The key is understanding that fortune is more than money and how it is defined is different for each of us.
In this episode, Charles Mudd discusses general principles on copyrights and trademarks. He begins by providing a broad description of these two forms of intellectual property. He then discusses how to secure enforceable intellectual property rights in them. Specifically, he speaks about filing copyrights with the United States Copyright Office and federal trademarks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He provides some guidance on completing due diligence.
REGGAE ROUND TABLE CHAT: Accounting & Legal Issues-Things You MUST Know music 101
An Account Manager in the music industry is more senior than an account executive. They will make more strategic business decisions. In the music industry they may be responsible for a band or solo artist, a record label or perhaps an agency, publication, music TV or digital music service. The Account Manager will likely be responsible for a portfolio of clients or brands.http://us.music-jobs.com/jobtypes/account-manager-jobs-413282.php
The growth of ancillary revenue streams for artists that are not related to music are critically important, such as sponsorships/endorsements ,opportunities in television, book publishing, and creative forms of merchandising. The music industry, which began as a product-based business, has quickly evolved into a service-based business over the past several years despite the fact that the U.S. Copyright Act and other laws do not currently support the transformations. Also examined are arrangements between record companies and artists; production deals, producer agreements and other legal and business issues that arise in the recording studio; trademark and rights of publicity; topics and agreements relating to music publishing rights; monetizing downloads and subscription services; and discussions pertaining to fans, brands, social networking sites, and cultural communities as they affect music, copyrights, and merchandising in a global music market.
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