There are many potential legal issues when writing nonfiction books. Whether you are concerned about potential copyright infringement, writing about people you know, trademarks, or other challenges, this event will help you understand what you can and cannot do, and when you should seek legal counsel.
Join us for a free event with Joseph Perry, Esq. and Jen Chen Tran, Esq., as they explain the basic building blocks of intellectual property law and first amendment law as they relate to writers.
In their webinar, you will learn, among other things:
- What is a copyright (and what qualifies for registration)
- What is a trademark (and what authors need to be aware of when writing)
- What is fair use (and how to best protect authors)
- What is defamation (and the multiple considerations to heed)
- The right of publicity (and the potential issues working with celebrities)
This event is 100% free and will last up to 75 minutes, including Q&A with attendees. Can't attend live? All who register will receive access to the event recording.
This webinar is hosted by the Nonfiction Authors Association. We offer complimentary educational events as a way to support our NFAA community and help you grow your writing business. Feedback from attendees of previous events has been fantastic, and this event should be no exception. We are committed to making this well-worth your time!
We look forward to having you join us!