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6:30 PM, February 6, 2020
Topic: Legal Issues
Provider/Presenting Organization: California Lawyers for the Arts
Location: Central Valley
When it comes to the law, there are many issues artists should know about in order to protect their work and avoid legal pitfalls. Join our Copyright Law discussion as attorney Stephen Davis presents an overview of many of these issues, including: What is intellectual property? How do I legally protect my work?What are Moral Rights and what is VARA? Who owns mural art... the artist or the building owner? Can an artist use images of people in their artwork? How do you know if you are an independent contractor, work for hire or freelance artist?, and many other issues related to Copyright Law. There will be a Q and A at the end of the presentation.
Presenter: Steve Davis - Law Offices of Stephen L. Davis
Mr. Davis' practice encompasses copyright, trademarks, trade secrets, unfair competition, the Internet and e-commerce, and art law, as well as general business formation, finance, and operations. His practice is equally divided in these areas between transactional work, including advice, registration, and drafting contracts, and litigation. Steve has extensive experience in civil litigation in state and federal courts, and has prosecuted misdemeanor and felony criminal cases as a deputy district attorney with the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office.
When: Thursday, February, 6, 2020
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Where: Crocker Art Museum - 216 O Street, Sacramento, CA 95814