6 Things Meeting Planners Need to Know About Copyright

Write down an original idea and it belongs to you. But if your creative effort falls within the scope of your job, it belongs to your employer. Read on for more clarifications about intellectual property law as it pertains to meetings.

Copyright, which protects an idea that is expressed in some tangible form, and trademarks, which protect a brand, are often misunderstood. So it’s not surprising that the attendees at a session by Jeffrey Tenenbaum, Esq., a partner with Venable LLP, at the American Society of Association Executives Annual Conference had a lot of questions about these intellectual property laws.

Here are 6 things that meeting planners need to know to keep on the right side of the law, and to prot

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