Intellectual Property in Art Law: A TeleConference With Dowd (Today!!)

Posted on June 5, 2013

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imagesRaymond Dowd will interview Alexandra Darraby today at noon EST in a live teleconference. From WestLegalEdCenter:

Ray Dowd, author of West’s Copyright Litigation Handbook, and partner at Dunnington Bartholow & Miller LLP in New York City   interviews Alexandra Darraby, author of West’s Art, Artifact, Architecture & Museum Law Volumes 1 & 2, and Principal in the Art Law Firm, a California law firm, and President of Creative Vision Strategies,  LLC in New York.  This interactive program pin-points ethical pitfalls lawyers need to know when tackling intellectual property issues, including those that have international dimensions.  If you work in the IP space,  this dialogue of tips and how-to’s is for you.

Darraby will discuss best practices and the foundations of ethical practice in intellectual  transactions, and Dowd will add litigation angles and legal opinions.   Copyright, trademark, patent and knowhow transfers make particular demands on the practitioners;  Hear what these lawyers have to say  to avoid missteps that can lead an attorney into areas that may open up liability for malpractice.
 
 The 16th edition of Art, Artifact, Architecture and Museum Law by leading arts attorney, Alexandra Darraby, is the platinum standard in the field of art law. It is the standout guide for legal and arts professionals, in a world where every decision can make or break a critical deal.  LeAnn Shelton, Esq., and AIA, Rockwell Design, General Counsel and Senior Vice President,   New York, New York called Art, Artifact, Architecture and Museum Law  the single definitive source of authoritative and thorough analysis for architects, designers, and others in creative practice.
 
The New York Law Journal called Dowd’s Copyright Litigation Handbook “an indispensable guide and supplement to the ins and outs of copyright litigation”.   Join us for a lively session on a hot topic.   For more information on either Dowd or Darraby book, please visit the Thomson Reuters Westlaw Store here.

You have to go to the WestLegalEdCenter website and search “Dowd” (enter doesn’t work to search on their site, fyi, you have to click the search button) to find the conference. If you aren’t a member, it’s $195. If you are, it’s free. If you haven’t used WestLegalEdCenter, it’s well worth the annual membership fee. Check through your state bar to see if they have a special deal; one of mine offers membership for $400 versus their standard rate of around $800. Even at $800, it’s a steal.

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