Daliah Saper lectures on the legal issues surrounding setting up a website

Daliah Saper will be participating as a panel member at an upcoming webinar hosted by Financial Poise about the legal issues faced when creating a website for your business.  Click on the link below for more information: IP Issues In Setting Up A Website Series: Intellectual Property 101 Negotiating with a web designer; selecting a domain name and how that meshes with trademark law; understanding fair use:  these are just some of the concepts explored in this webinar. Principal Audience: Attorneys and Advisors Partner: West LegalEdcenter Price: $175.00 Timing: Starts: 07/31/2013 10:00am Ends: 07/31/2013 11:00am *All times are Central Standard Time(CST/GMT - 6:00)

Music Licensing

Recognizable music can be a boon to businesses large and small, from attracting customers to a retail storefront to providing a soundtrack for mobile apps and websites. But navigating the legal complexities of music licensing can be a difficult task: what rights are involved in streaming and downloading, who controls those rights, and how are royalties collected and paid? Most music consists of two separate copyrights, and both must be licensed in order to broadcast or copy a piece of music. The first copyright is for the song itself, or the musical work. The musical work is the actual melody, harmonies, arrangement Continue Reading

Saper Law Counsels Mobile Application Developers

Saper Law regularly assists software developers, web-based businesses, and other new and social media companies.  In recent months, many of these clients have been focusing their energies on developing mobile applications to diversify their revenue streams.  To this end, Saper Law has and continues to provide counseling and transactional services for entrepreneurs and corporations seeking to clear the legal hurdles of bringing these mobile applications to market. Daliah Saper first lectured to businesses pursuing mobile applications in March of 2010 when she presented to Day of Mobile conference attendees. She has also provided variations of this lecture to the Chicago Continue Reading

Saper Law Sponsors Start Up Weekend Chicago, Daliah Saper to speak Friday Night

Saper Law continues to support the Chicago tech community by sponsoring Start Up Weekend Chicago. Daliah Saper, Principal Attorney at Saper Law Offices, will speak at the opening night of Startup Weekend Chicago. Startup Weekend attracts people from a variety of backgrounds—business managers, marketing gurus, developers, students, investors, startup enthusiasts and others— to a 54 hour event that builds communities, companies and projects.  Daliah will discuss the trials and tribulations of creating startups and common legal pitfalls to avoid. The event begins with networking and idea pitches at 6pm on Friday, November 12th and ends with presentations at 9pm on Continue Reading

Daliah Saper speaks at Tech Cocktail Startup Mixology Conference

Daliah Saper speaks at Tech Cocktail Startup Mixology Conference On Thursday, October 28, 2010, Daliah Saper, Principal Attorney at Saper Law Offices, LLC, addressed legal issues facing tech startups as part of the Heavyweight Professionals guest panel at the Tech Cocktail Startup Mixology Conference. The topics discussed included business entity formation, intellectual property protection, and prudent contract drafting. Watch the video below or scroll down to read some key takeaways: 1. Registering your business as an LLC gives you liability protection that a sole proprietorship does not. However, merely filing the Articles of Organization for an LLC does not grant Continue Reading

Saper Law Sponsors Mobile Tech Cocktail Chicago June 24

Saper Law is proud to Sponsor tonight's Mobile Tech Cocktail Mixer! Details below: Mobile TECH cocktail Chicago 2: Focusing on Mobile Technlogy on June 24th Coming off a fabulous TECH cocktail Chicago last week, we are excited to announce that we will be hosting out second TECH cocktail mobile mixer event presented by Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Series on Thursday, June 24th. In case you are new to our Mobile TECH cocktail event series, we hosted our first event in January in Chicago, then went on to host another in Barcelona at the World Mobile Congress and we hosted our Continue Reading

Saper Law Sponsors Day of Mobile Conference; Daliah Saper lectures on the legal issues affecting mobile app development

Saturday, March 6, 2010 Day of Mobile Conference Illinois Institute of Technology McCormick Tribune Center 3201 South State Street Chicago, IL 60616   Day of Mobile is an all day event for mobile developers and enthusiasts that will take place at IIT on March 6, 2010. The overall goal of the event is to better prepare both Chicago's application development community and companies with mobile initiatives for the upcoming mobile revolution. We will cover a myriad of different topics relative to mobile development and strategy such as platform SDKs, cross platform development, multimedia, CMS/SMS, mobile business models and many more. Continue Reading

RSVP for Saper Law Open Source Symposium 2/17/09

All of the information regarding this conference has been moved to: www.saperlaw.com/oss. Key Details: February 17, 2009 DePaul Center 1 E Jackson Blvd. 8:30- Registration 9:00-5:00 Conference The sponsoring organizations are: Microsoft, Obtiva, TECH Cocktail, SoftwareCeo.com, Comptia, Illinois Technology Partnership, Illinois Technology Association, Kenetica, Delivered Innovation, Kenetica, and Nextpoint.

Daliah Saper is featured instructor for SoftwareCEO.com Web Seminar

Register: https://www.softwareceo.com/events/schedule.aspx?mi=1&sku=152 "My Software's Worth WHAT??  5 Approaches to Valuation" September 18, 2008 9am Pacific, 12pm Eastern What is it about? A common question many entrepreneurs ask is: "How do I assign a value to my intellectual property?" Knowing what your IP is worth is essential if you're involved in acquisitions, litigations, or disputes. It's also required if you're in the process of licensing your software to a third party (and, conversely, you need to know the value of their software if you're trying to license from a third party). The problem is that software comes in so many forms. Continue Reading

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