Date: Sat, June 21, 2023
Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: via Zoom
Fee: $25 for non-members, FREE to members
As artists show more work digitally, the challenge of protecting your rights becomes more complicated. Who owns the rights? What rights does the new owner have to the work? Is there a time limit on copyright laws? Can you print copies of a sold work? Join us to find the answers to these and more questions….
Paul Sanderson, Barrister and Solicitor, Owner Sanderson Entertainment Law
Since being called to the Ontario bar in 1983, Paul has been in private practice and has practiced entertainment and arts law exclusively. He is currently the sole practitioner in the firm Sanderson Entertainment Law which is located in the upper beaches district in Toronto. For more information visit the firm website at www.sandersonlaw.ca.
Paul is the author of the legal texts “Musicians and the Law in Canada” (Carswell Legal Publication), now in its fourth edition, Music Law Handbook for Canada Volume I and II (Seraphim Editions) and Artists’ Contracts: Agreements for Visual and Media Artists (CARFAC Ontario) now in its 3rd edition.
He is an instructor at Metalworks Institute of Sound and Music Production and in this position, he provides education on such areas as Entertainment Agreements, Contractual and Legal Aspects of Live Show Production, and Intellectual Property.
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