What you don’t know about legal issues of libel, slander and copyright could hurt, haunt, or cost you. As a writer, photographer, or visual artist, how do you protect your work and avoid infringing on other’s rights and privacy? What are your responsibilities as a writer of fiction, non-fiction, or memoir? What can and can’t you quote? These and other issues will be addressed in a packed, informative program. While the speaker can’t address individual cases, you’ll learn how to protect yourself and when you might need professional support.
Join the Knoxville Writers’ Guild on October 7 at 7 p.m. for our monthly program.
Mark P. Crockett is an attorney with the intellectual property firm of Luedeka Neely, He graduated cum laude from the University of Tennessee College of Law and specializes in patent, trademark, and copyright litigation.
Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States: a handy reference for copyright concerns.
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