Photographers and Copyright Webinar Recording

Written on November 16, 2012 by

Here is the recording of the November 14, 2012 webinar on “Photographers and Copyright.

Professional and amateur photographers have a special relationship with copyright law. There are special procedures which professionals can use to register groups of their works. In this webinar, we will discuss these special aspects of copyright law which impact photographers.

Come learn from Davis McGrath LLCâs Kevin Thompson during this interactive webinar. Be prepared to ask and get answers to your own questions as well.

Kevin has over thirteen years of experience in counseling clients with regard to their copyright law issues.

Topics covered include:
– What is copyright?
– When does copyright exist?
– What rights are conferred?
– Who is the owner?
– What does “publication” mean?
– Copyright vs. the Right of Publicity
– Registering photographs with the Copyright Office

Davis McGrath LLC applied for 1/2 hour of Illinois MCLE credit for this webinar. To receive credit, please send your name and ARDC number to Kevin Thompson at kthompson@davismcgrath.com, and when you viewed the webinar. Please also send him your questions.


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