Content is everywhere but confusion still reigns about who can use it and when. From websites to your mailbox, you are inundated with content from others. The content is wide ranging including images, video, music, brochures and software. Some stuff you are actually looking for. Other stuff is just getting pushed to you.
In this lunchtime presentation, we will discuss:
• Some fundamental guidelines for assessing when it is lawful for you to use content
• Some thoughts about how to obtain permission when it’s not.
• What if it’s your content that is being used without permission?
You have questions? We hope to give you answers (that you can use).
$5-$10 sliding scale donation at the door for Non WORK Members– help us keep the lights on and keep great programs coming your way! WORK Members FREE including Friends of WORK!
12-1 PM in the WORK Library. Feel free to bring a bag lunch.
Bio: Attorney Warren Dranit’s practice encompasses the protection and licensing of intellectual property assets including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets. Drawing on his background as a software engineer, he also advises clients on technology issues including software, computers, the internet, electronic commerce and electronic communications.
He is former Chair of the Executive Committee for the California State Bar’s Intellectual Property Section and currently serves as an advisor. In 1997, he founded the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Section for the Sonoma County Bar Association and currently serves as the Section Chair.