“On the Web, Photographs have taken on a fundamental role, both for Information and for Communication. In the age of Digital Sharing (and Social Media), Artistic, Professional and Family/Amateur Photography are mixing and swirling together on the Net…”
Attending the Essential Course on Image Law (live webinar held in Italian), you will learn the legal regulations governing the world of photography and image rights. The course is open to all, free of charge and essential. It is designed to throw light on the subject of the circulation of images in the digital age. The course is rich in operational advice and practical tips.
The event is organised by Proofy® la registrazione per chi crea, in collaboration with communication and intellectual property lawyers from the Canella Camaiora Law Firm. The Canella Camaiora Law Firm is one of the best in Italy for the area of Intellectual Property according to a recent survey carried out by Il Sole 24 ore-Statista.
Make no mistake and register for the event now (before it is sold out!).
The essential course on image law will be held in Italian as a Live Webinar on 12 May 2022 at 18.00.
The course is free of charge but places are limited: reservation is required. The event will take place in Zoom. We will provide you with instructions on how to participate upon confirmation of your registration. It is advisable to log on to the event at least 15 minutes before it starts, in order to access calmly the Zoom meeting.
Specifically, the topics that will be covered are:
1.- Online Sharing and Publishing;
2.- Catalogues (and Websites);
3.- Blogging (and Image Theft);
4.- Right to Report and Portrait;
5.- Disclaimers and Contracts for Professionals;
6.- Fashion, Still life and Digital Art.
Daniele Camaiora, Cassation lawyer of the Court of Milan. Master of Laws in Intellectual Property, course directed by the University of Turin and the WIPO Academy. Partner of the Canella Camaiora Law Firm, he mainly deals with Industrial and Intellectual Property litigation.
Arlo Canella, lawyer at the Court of Milan, Partner and Managing Director of the Canella Camaiora Law Firm. Graduated magna cum laude from the University “L. Bocconi” of Milan, he mainly deals with consultancy and assistance in Industrial and Intellectual Property cases. Former creator of “How to defend an innovative idea?”, a touring course-event on the rules of intellectual property, created in collaboration with the award-winning innovative start-up Proofy.
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