Art

Translating Copyright Law from Legalese into English

Statutes, legal treatises, and judicial opinions are often disparaged as wordy, dense, and unnecessarily convoluted – and with good reason. It can be difficult for a non-lawyer to grasp the kernel of knowledge he seeks from the reading. Compounding this issue are the myriad of articles and websites that misinform, misdirect, or otherwise perpetuate misunderstood concepts. This problem is prevalent with U.S. copyright law: especially in regard to copyright creation, ownership, and use.

The Art of Copyrights: What you need to know about your legal rights and the art you create

The ORPC and UNH Art and Art History Department are delighted to host Drs. Peter and Kate McGovern for a discussion on copyrights, art, and what artists should know about their rights.

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