Illustrations and graphic design? What rights do authors of images hold? How to defend characters and creations? Which contractual clauses should you pay attention to? How to deal with licensing or transfer of rights?
By taking part in “The Law for Illustrators: from Creation to Contracts” you will learn the legal regulations governing the world of the designed image. In the digital age, the world of illustration has radically changed, but the course is a wealth of practical advice and tips. The course is also taught by professionals from one of Italy’s top law firms in the area of Intellectual Property (for 2020, 2021 and 2022 according to a survey conducted by the Italian financial newspaper Il Sole 24 ore-Statista).
Make sure you don’t miss out and sign up for the event now, before the places are sold out!
Please note, the live webinar is held in Italian.
The Intellectual Property experts of the Canella Camaiora Law Firm will address the following topics:
“The Law for illustrators: from creation to contracts” will be held as a Live Webinar on 16 June 2022 at 18:00, in Italian.
The course is free of charge but places are limited: booking is necessary. The event will take place as a Zoom meeting. We will provide you with attendance instructions upon confirmation of your registration. We suggest connecting to the event at least 15 minutes before it starts.
The event is organised by Proofy® la registrazione per chi crea, in collaboration with the Association of Image Authors (Associazione Autori di Immagini, AI) and the communication and intellectual property lawyers of the Canella Camaiora Law Firm. According to a survey carried out by the Italian financial newspaper Il Sole 24 ore-Statista, the Canella Camaiora Law Firm has been awarded as one of the best Italian law firms in the area of Intellectual Property for the third year in a row (2020-2021-2022). The evaluation is based on reports from peer-to-peer lawyers, corporate lawyers and clients.
The Associazione Autori di Immagini (Association of Image Authors, AI) is a non-profit organisation led by professional artists in the field of illustration, comics and animation. For the past 40 years it has been working alongside Italian authors to enhance the potential of the drawn image through publications, training, exhibitions and events.
Daniele Camaiora, Supreme Court lawyer at the Court of Milan. Master of Laws in Intellectual Property, a course run 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, Supreme Court lawyer at the Court of Milan, Partner and Managing Director of the Canella Camaiora Law Firm. According to a survey carried out by Il Sole 24 ore-Statista, the Canella Camaiora Law Firm is one of the best law firms in Italy for the area of Intellectual Property for the third year in a row (2020, 2021, 2022).
Valentina Panizza, graduated in Business and Economics for Arts and Culture at Bocconi University. She worked for years as a management consultant for SMEs and startups. She is co-founder of Proofy® la registrazione per chi crea, a project awarded with the Seal of Excellence and with funding from the European Commission under the “Open Disruptive Innovation” of phase 1 of the SME Instruments – H2020. In 2018 Valentina Panizza was selected by Gammadonna among the 30 best female entrepreneurs of the year.
Flavio Rosati, president of the Association Autori di Immagini. He is himself a designer, cartoonist and entrepreneur. He has been working since 2015 on the creation of marketing related comics (ilflaviatore.com). With the association A.I., he collaborates with national and international organisations (Lucca Comics & Games, Bologna Children’s Book Fair, etc.) and is very active in supporting and protecting the reality of authors and emerging illustrators/cartoonists.
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