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The Importance of Being Ernest: Obtaining Copyright Registrations for 20th Century U.S. and Non-U.S.
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When: 10/9/2013
9:30 AM
Where: John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center
900 Boylston Street
Boston, MA  02115
United States

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Photo collections by non - U.S. photographers Helmut Newton, Napoleon Sarony, Henri Cartier - Bresson, Man Ray and others enjoy enhanced legal protection against infringements in the U.S. because they have certificates of copyright registration from the U. S. Copyright Office.

Los Angeles arts attorney Greg Victoroff, Esq. will discuss the legal benefits of U.S. copyright registration and other formalities, procedures for registering copyrights in collections of U.S. photos and in a hypothetical collection of non-U.S. photos published between 1972 and 2009 in England, Germany and Italy, restoration of copyrights in non-U.S. works, avoiding orphan works treatment, and policies and precedent for correcting erroneous registrations.

How to Register:

Registration: Mr. Victoroff's presentation is part of The International Bar Association's Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Committee's session: Flash! Don't smile.

Flash! Don't smile addresses legal issues related to photography as an art form and beyond" and is part of the IBA's annual five-day conference (October 7 - October 11, 2013) requiring a separate registration fee.

To register for the 5 day, conference go to the International Bar Association

Contact by Phone: (617) 954-2000

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