Discover “Lessons in Lit Law” with regional attorney Kelley Way at the April Tri-Valley Writers meeting this Saturday at 2 p.m.
According to TVW publicity chair Elaine Drew, Way will describe five regions of law writers are likely to encounter — copyright, trademark, correct of privacy and publicity, defamation and contracts — and explain how authors can not only defend their legal rights but avoid infringing on the legal rights of other writers.
Attendees can assume to understand the basics of copyright law and how writers can defend themselves and their do the job the principles of trademark legislation the essentials of ideal of privacy and publicity and how to prevent lawsuits in those regions the principles of defamation and how to avert a defamation lawsuit and the fundamental principles of contracts and what writers ought to be aware of when they are presented with one particular.
“Kelley was decided on since TVW desired an attorney who specializes in literary law who could go over a large variety of subjects specific to writers,” Drew said. “This is primarily important now, when mental residence is most likely susceptible.”
Born and raised in Walnut Creek, Way graduated from University of California, Davis with a bachelor’s diploma in English and acquired her legislation degree from Davis’ College of Legislation. Way is a member of the California Bar, American Bar Affiliation, Contra Costa Bar Affiliation and Christian Authorized Society.