The Premier Association for Talent Development Professionals in the Metro DC Area
If you find an image on Google, can you put it in your PowerPoint? Is it OK to play music as participants arrive? Can you embed a YouTube video in an e-learning course? Can you create something in one job and then use it in your next job? Do these answers change if you are a for-profit company? An independent consultant? A non-profit? A government agency?
Get expert legal answers to important copyright questions to help keep you out of legal hot water. Intellectual property lawyers Jonathan Frieden and Leigh Winstead will explain how to protect yourself from legal liability, honor the copyrights of others, and protect your own content.
Jonathan Friedan is a shareholder with Odin, Feldman & Pittleman P.C. where he litigates intellectual property cases, including trademark and copyright enforcement and teaches legal writing at George Mason University Law School. He was selected for inclusion as a Virginia Super Lawyers Rising Star four times.
Leigh Winstead is an associate with Odin, Feldman & Pittleman P.C. where she focuses on civil and commercial litigation, intellectual property, and e-commerce. Leigh was recently included as one of Virginia Business Magazine’s 2013 Legal Elite for Legal Services and Pro Bono.
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