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Do you have or are thinking of starting a business in the creative industries (artist, musician, writer)? New Mexico lawyer Victor Grafe III will help you succeed in the legal aspects of running a business. This four-part, monthly series guides artistic entrepreneurs through a wide range of legal matters, including contracts, intellectual property, compliance, employment, and commercial litigation.
Part One: Laws Creative Entrepreneurs Need to Know is an introduction to the laws and legal frameworks that apply to creative businesses, with some of the first steps for legally wise operations.
Part Two: The Laws of Content is an overview of the various types of intellectual property that creative businesses may develop, own, and monetize. We will examine how to make these laws work for you, as well the critical topics of avoiding infringement liability and defending against infringement by others.

Class Three: Copyright Assets, Myths, and Strategies is a more thorough exploration of the lucrative and complex world of copyright.

Class Four: Contracts for Creatives goes to the crucial bridge between content and profit: contracts! What is a contract? How do you make contracts into assets instead of nightmares? What are best practices for all entrepreneurs, and particularly creatives?
Event Type(s): Workshop
Age Group(s): Adult
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