Saturday, April 21, 2018

Celebrating Women's Intellectual Property

April 26th, 2018 is World Intellectual Property Day, and the theme this year is the celebration of the brilliance, courage, and creativity of women. Find out more. Get involved.

If you wish to tweet about creative women who rock your world, the hashtag is #worldipday 

Going one better, the is co-sponsoring an entire business week of Intellectual Property related events (April 23rd - April 28th) with the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA) across the country, and at each event honoring a local female or creator's advocate.

Press release:

Some of the VLAs are Arts and Business Council of Greater NashvilleCalifornia Lawyers for the ArtsChicago Lawyers for the Creative ArtsSpringboard for the ArtsSt Louis Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the ArtsTexas Accountants and Lawyers for the ArtsThe Ella ProjectVolunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLANY)Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts

Recently, the interviewed Carolyn E. Wright,  an attorney who specializes in the legal needs of photographers.

Whether you are a professional photographer, an amateur photographer, or someone who makes use of photographs you find online...  check out her words of wisdom.

Only a copyright owner may report copyright infringement, but that does not mean that friends and good citizens cannot help out. The can help persons who wish to pass on a tip to a copyright owner.

Malcolm Harris blogs on The Authors Guild platform about the value of a word. ("How Much Is A Word Worth?"

If you wish to be paid for your writing, this type of knowledge is power!

If you are looking for a copyright attorney, here's a resource:

Happy IP day!
Rowena Cherry

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