Photographers of all levels who want to make sure their legal bases are covered and their intellectual property is protected. If you suspect you don't know some important legal rules and it could get you into trouble one day, take this workshop and you'll learn the essentials to keep you OUT of trouble!
Patricia Murphy is a media/entertainment law attorney and author of an upcoming book on the cultural backlash against geeks and the unique physiology of creative people. A graduate of the University of Southern California Law School - where she was selected for the Hale Moot Court honors program - she's licensed in both Colorado and California. She practiced real estate and business litigation with an emphasis in software copyright issues before moving to the Boulder area in 1997.
Tricia has spoken extensively about creative physiology to groups of parents and practitioners, and especially likes working with digital artists and creative professionals.
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