Lecture Series: Sharing and Protecting Your Creative Work
Silicon Valley-based Cogswell College (http://www.cogswell.edu/) is pleased to announce its Spring 2012 Lecture Series, together with the Spring 2012 Special Topics course, “Intellectual Property and the Digital Arts.” Cogswell College is one of the world’s leading regionally-accredited institutions offering a unique curriculum that fuses digital arts, engineering and entrepreneurship.
Guest speakers will include lawyers, entrepreneurs and deep thinkers on topics related to sharing and protecting your creative work. The lectures are Wednesday evenings, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. in the Dragon's Den on the Cogswell campus.
The lectures are part of Cogswell's newly-created class, "Intellectual Property and the Digital Arts," presented by the Entrepreneurship Program.
Lectures are free and open to the public.
-Lecture Schedule and Roster-
March 21: US Constitutional Law, the Court System and Your Work
With Michael Hindus from Pillsbury Law
March 28: How to Protect Your Creative Work
With Paul Hickman from the TIPS Group
April 4: Software Patents and Infringement Detection
With Bob Zeidman from Software Analysis and Forensic Engineering Corporation
April 11: Copyright Law and Fair Use
With Daniel Nazer from the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School
April 18: Creative Commons Licenses
With Jessica Coates from Creative Commons
April 25: Legal Resources for Entrepreneurs
With an Amazing Panel of Entrepreneurs
For more information contact Debby Hindus at 800.264.7955 or email email@example.com, Entrepreneurship Program Director.