Webinar: Important Legal Doctrines for Creative Entrepreneurs
January 23, 2024 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Is your New Year’s resolution to launch a new business in 2024? Join us for a virtual talk by lawyer Greg Kanaan on legal issues that most commonly affect creative professionals who are setting out to start a business. The presentation includes an overview of intellectual property law, employment issues facing new entrepreneurs, and business formation issues.
Registration is required. Zoom information will be included in the registration confirmation email.
Tuesday, January 23, 2024
12 – 1 PM ET
About the Speaker
Greg Kanaan is a Connecticut-based attorney who focuses on intellectual property, business law, and contract issues for artists, filmmakers, and creative entrepreneurs. On top of providing legal services and counsel to a wide variety of creative people, Greg regularly speaks at colleges, non-profit arts organizations and professional associations about how the law affects their artistic endeavors. Greg routinely presents on topics such as contract formation, negotiation, fair use, copyright and trademark, and business-related issues. Greg is the founder of the blog “The [Legal] Artist” and contributed a monthly column to MovieMaker Magazine titled “Cinema Law.” Before earning his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Greg received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and was a television producer for seven years, producing documentary programming for such networks as Discovery Channel, TLC, Court TV and A&E. Greg is licensed to practice law in Connecticut and New York.