Whose Mark is it Anyway? Trademark Law Issues Across the Entertainment Industries

    Whose Mark is it Anyway? Trademark Law Issues Across the Entertainment Industries
    CLE 90 min

    Whose Mark is it Anyway? Trademark Law Issues Across the Entertainment Industries

    • The download and on-demand online course for this title will be available for ABA Value Pass subscribers.
    • CD-ROM available to order 3 weeks before the program. Online courses and downloads will be available about a week after the program.
    • Recording date: Tuesday, November 3, 2015
    • Product Code: CE1511AEIUMB
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    We all know a brand name is one of the most valuable assets our creative clients can possess. As such, we advise clients to take measures to protect their name and works against unethical and unwitting competitors. A renowned mark or other identifying emblem used exclusively by the artist is among the best ways to secure its protection against unwanted publicity and knock-offs. However, before your client skips off to the Trademark Office, we, as attorneys, serve a critical role in assuring our clients do not become the perpetrator of trademark misuse instead of the victim. And what happens when your client is the victim or unwitting perpetrator?


    In this program, our esteemed panel will examine:

    • Some of the hottest trademark battles in entertainment law

    • Trademark basics

    • Various issues that arise in music, film, TV, digital media, and other entertainment areas

    Product Details

    Moderators

    Zeina H Grenier

    Panelists

    Julianne Freund, Mark Traphagen, Stephen J Strauss

    Sponsors

    ABACLE, Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries, Section of Intellectual Property Law

    Product Code

    CE1511AEIUMB

    Duration

    90

    Publication Date

    11/3/2015 12:00:00 AM

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