Daliah Saper is a featured panelist at the Arts and Business Council of Chicago Intellectual Property Seminar

Daliah Saper will be speaking at the Arts and Business Council of Chicago’s Intellectual Property Law Seminar on April 26. More details below:

Join the Arts and Business Council of Chicago for a workshop on:

Protecting Original Content and Intellectual Property

Date: Tuesday, April 26th
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm (networking 7:30-8:30 pm)
Location: Columbia College Chicago, Hokin Lecture Hall (623 S. Wabash, Room 109)

Featured Presenters:

William E. Rattner, Executive Director, Lawyers for the Creative Arts;
Daliah Saper, leading Media and Entertainment lawyer, lecturer, and adjunct faculty member;
Malik Gillani, Founding Executive Director, Silk Road Productions

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Just $40 for individuals and not-for-profit organizations with an annual budget under $250K

$60 for not-for-profit organizations with an annual budget over $250K

Click here for speaker bios

As artists and creators, your organization has the right to control the use of your work for a specific time period. How are you protecting those rights? Should you be concerned with the pirating of your artistic work and original content? Do you need to register your work with the US Copyright Office?

Our featured presenter, attorney Bill Rattner, along with featured arts organizations, will examine the importance of copyright and explore best practices for protecting intellectual property. Additionally, you’ll learn what you need to know when acquiring the rights to existing artistic material.

If you’re creating original work, this is a must attend workshop if you’re interested in understanding:

* What to protect/how to protect website content
* Potential pitfalls in this new age of technology
* How to retain full or partial ownership
* Protecting your original content and your original material
* And more

While this workshop will focus on small to midsized arts organizations creating original works and content, individual artists are welcome.

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