ARTISTS’ RIGHTS: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Join us as a panel of skilled attorneys discusses practical ways in which artists can safeguard and protect the valuable creative assets they produce. Topics will include licensing, appropriation art and collaboration. Information and insights shared will be constructive sensible and anything but abstract!
May 1 | 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
31 Mamaroneck Avenue | 9th Floor | White Plains, NY 10601
Jana S. Farmer, Esq. | Wilson Elser
Jana is an art lawyer representing art market participants in all stages of the creation, licensing, sale, lending gifting merchandising and display of art.
Jill A. Ellman, Esq. | M. Ross & Associates, LLC
Jill’s intellectual property practice incorporates transactional and litigation matters on copyright and trademark issues randing from registration through enforcement for creative clients in the retail, apparel and luxury goods industries.
Donna Frosco, Esq. | Dunnington, Bartholow and Miller, LLP
Donna is a partner in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Art Law, and International Practice Groups concentrating on representation of clients in relation to intellectual property and brand protection.
Nisa is a corporate transactional lawyer and has worked at LVMH, the French luxury goods conglomerate, since 2001. Nisa previously worked in Japan and Hong Kong. She is also a published photographer, and has exhibited her work internationally in the US, Europe and Asia.
SPACE IS LIMITED. RSVP to Beth Gould at [email protected]
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