From the photos in your brochures to the contracts you have with speakers, copyright laws come into play in just about every phase of the event planning process. Here are a half-dozen key copyright concerns.

Notice. Although not necessary to gain copyright protection, placing a copyright notice on a work is a good idea to keep away "casual infringers," those who wrongly assume that an article or a set of handouts may be freely copied. Copyright notice should include the symbol "[C]" o

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