by Nikki Leung, Emory Law Class of 2016 For as long as a copyright is valid, only the copyright owner and those authorized by the copyright owner may reproduce, distribute, perform, display, broadcast, or create a derivative work based on the protected work. Granting those exclusive rights to creators, at least in theory, also serves […]
by Nikki Leung, Emory Law Class of 2016 For some content creators, the digital era is a dream come true. The low-to-non-existent cost of publishing and distributing content means that virtually anyone can create and then monetize their work. But, the increasingly digital nature of our media consumption comes with a darker side. As the […]
By: Olivia Clark, Georgia State University College of Law The following is a guest blog post from Olivia Clark, a former merit scholarship pre professional dancer with Atlanta Ballet, who has recently performed with Crossover Movement Arts. She has two BAs, one in English and the other in Italian, from the University of Georgia, and […]
Atlanta entertainment lawyer John Seay contributed a Q&A-style article on issues relating to copyright (and specifically targeting playwrights) on the Working Title Playwrights Blog. Check it out, and while you’re over there, take a minute to learn more about Working Title Playwrights – an Atlanta-based non-profit organization.