Avoiding Trouble of the Legal Kind
Questions (and Answers) About Legal Issues, Copyright/Trademark Infringement, Permissions/Releases and More
–When do you need to get permissions and releases?
–Can your brother-in-law really sue you if he’s named in your book?
–Does Dumpster really need to be capitalized—what is copyright and trademark infringement?
–Why do you need to know about subsidiary rights?
Join us for a wide-ranging discussion about the latest legal issues in the continually changing publishing world.
Our presenter, David Koehser, is a Minneapolis attorney specializing in publishing law, art and design licensing, theater and performing arts law, copyrights, trademarks, and business law. His clients include publishers, writers, artists, designers, agents, consulting firms, software developers, and other retail and service businesses.
Koehser is a past chair of the Minnesota State Bar Association Art & Entertainment Law Section, and the Hennepin County Bar Association Corporate & Business Law Section. He regularly speaks at continuing legal education programs and industry trade group meetings, and has taught publishing law seminars at the University of Minnesota Law School and Hamline University Law School.
Free to MIPA members; $10 non-member fee
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (come at 6:30 pm to network)
Delta Hotels Minneapolis Northeast
1330 Industrial Boulevard NE, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55413