Copyright Issues for Nonprofits
Welcome to EO Radio Show – Your Nonprofit Legal Resource. This episode covers the basics of copyright law that most nonprofits need to know about. We answer the questions: Who owns what? How does the owner protect their rights? Does the owner even want to? When can you use someone else's work?
My guest today is my colleague and friend Nate Garhart, an expert in intellectual property law at Farella Braun + Martel. Listen in!
U.S. Copyright Office: https://copyright.gov/
Nate Garhart, special counsel, Farella Braun + Martel: https://www.fbm.com/nate-a-garhart/
Farella Privacy Blog: https://www.farellaprivacy.com/
EO Radio Show: Nonprofit Basics: Insurance Coverage for the New Nonprofit: https://www.fbm.com/exempt-organizations/publications/nonprofit-basics-insurance-coverage-for-the-new-nonprofit/
EO Radio Show: A Deeper Dive Into Insurance Topics for Nonprofits: Special Events Coverage and Considerations When Making Claims: https://www.fbm.com/exempt-organizations/publications/a-deeper-dive-into-insurance-topics-for-nonprofits-special-events-coverage-and-considerations-when-making-claims/
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