Protecting Your Work: Copyright Issues – Workshop at MAP September 27

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Saturday, September 27, 2008 / 2:00pm-3:30pm
with Ober|Kaler attorney and MLA Board Member Cynthia Sanders

“Pictorial, graphic, or sculptural” works are protected by federal copyright law. But that protection isn’t unlimited. Find out where the sometimes shifting boundaries lie and what you need to do stay on the right side of them.

MLA Board Member Cynthia Sanders is an experienced intellectual property and entertainment lawyer with a practice spanning copyright, trademark, fair use, licensing, advertising, and technology transfer issues. She represents publishers, advertisers, advertising agencies, filmmakers, producers, performing artists, visual artists, songwriters, authors, graphic designers, health care companies, colleges and universities, trade associations, and software developers. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law and the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Please learn more about this workshop series by visiting our website:

This workshop is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Please reserve your seat by calling 410-962-8565, or replying to this email with your name and # of guests.

Maryland Art Place
8 Market Place, Suite 100
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
(410) 962-8565
[email protected]

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