Brooklyn Arts Council, 55 Washington Street, Brooklyn NY
Are you wondering how copyright law protects your work? Can you legally appropriate from another artist? What safeguards do you have in place for your commission, collaboration or consignment agreement? How can you protect your work and enter into contracts that benefit you? Besides filing a lawsuit, what alternatives are at your disposal in the case of an infringement, breach of contract or other dispute?
Artists of all disciplines are invited to join us for a panel of art and entertainment lawyers to discuss the basics in copyright, fair use, contracts and dispute resolution. In addition to having your questions answered about your legal rights and potential liabilities, you will leave this seminar with practical legal resources for your creative practices.
Moderated by Julia Chu, Esq., Head of Philanthropy, Private Banking North America, Credit Suisse
Jason Aylesworth, Esq. Sendroff & Baruch, LLP
Paul Cossu, Esq. Cahill Partners, LLP
Judith B. Prowda, Esq., Senior Lecturer, Sotheby’s Institute of Art; Law Office of Judith B. Prowda, New York City
Carol J. Steinberg, Esq. Faculty, School of Visual Arts; Attorney in New York City and East End of Long Island
Free and open to the public
This event is sponsored by the New York State Bar Association's Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Section (EASL), and presented by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).
Online information to review to meet the information session attendance requirement for BAC's 2017 Community Arts Grants program.
Wafa Ghnaim will be presenting her digital book Tatreez & Tea: Embroidery and Storytelling in the Palestinian Diaspora November 4-5, 2016 at Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library.