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Protecting Your Creativity

Protecting Your Creativity

Sep 17, 2020 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Online
Categories: Build Your Business
Protect your creativity while staying on the right side of the law! The Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA), in partnership with iN Education, present a panel discussion for visual and performing artists (and the attorneys who advise them) wanting to be in the know of various methods to protect their legal rights and avoid infringing the right of others when letting their creativity soar.

Please join us for a conversation with Edward Caja (Walter | Haverfield LLP), Clare Shin (Case Western Reserve University School of Law), and Katie Steiner (Loeser & Parks LLP) as they share their insights, experiences, and expertise with you.

Part I: Intellectual Property Law: Some Simple Suggestions and Not So Simple Caveats (presented by Edward Caja, Walter | Haverfield LLP)

Part II: Legal Issues in Fashion Law (presented by Clare Shin, Case Western Reserve University School of Law)

Part III: Social Media for Creatives (presented by Katie Steiner, Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP)

Special thanks to our partners and collaborators: The Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA), Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA), and the entire Battle of the Teal art network.

This online event is a part of iN Education's Battle of the Teal art program. The purpose of this T.E.A.L. Forums is to enrich, uplift, and inspire attendees interested in the arts to achieve their personal goals and grow their skills! Your participation means the world to our entire family of art professionals and our staff who are passionate to serve you!

Intended for: Ages: 12+ Audience: family friendly, artists, youth, young adults, creative industry professionals, teachers, educators.