This is a guest blog by Seay Firm intern Olivia Clark, 2L at Georgia State University College of Law Isabella Tanikumi is suing Disney for copyright infringement in New Jersey District Court. Tanikumi claims Disney’s blockbuster Frozen is not based on the Hans Christian Andersen story “The Snow Queen,” but on an autobiographical novel she […]
The Strategy Sessions event on July 13, 2014, was a success. I (John) presented some basic tenets of intellectual property law and then took questions from the audience. The below photos are courtesy of Erin Schopf. Special thanks to Anne Almasy for organizing such a great event. Look forward to participating again in the future.
This Sunday, July 13, 2014, Atlanta entertainment lawyer and founder of The Seay Firm LLC, John Seay, will present at The Strategy Sessions in Atlanta, GA. The Strategy Sessions is a full-day event, but John will be presenting in the afternoon. The event is described as, “A full day of hands-on branding, in-depth social marketing, […]
This week, the 2nd installment of The Seay Firm’s Working Title Playwrights newsletter Q&A was sent out. This installment discusses some major issues relevant to not only writers, but artists of all kinds. Joint works, licenses for third-party content, fair use, and copyright infringement all are discussed. Read the full article here and below. More Common Questions […]