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Intellectual property attorney Linda Joy
Kattwinkel (Owen, Wickersham & Erickson) and Shel Perkins introduce the AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services. They provide an overview of
intellectual property rights and the legal basics of contracts, as
well as explain the modular approach of this document.
About Linda Joy Kattwinkel: Linda Joy Kattwinkel is a
painter and former graphic artist as well as an attorney and
mediator for the arts community. She has a B.F.A. in communication
arts from Virginia Commonwealth University and a J.D. from Hastings
College of the Law. As a member of the firm Owen, Wickersham &
Erickson in San Francisco, she represents clients in intellectual
property and arts law issues such as copyright and trademark
protection, infringement, licensing, and gallery contracts. She
is the author of Legalities, an online column for the Northern
Chapter of the Graphic Artists Guild.
About Shel Perkins: Shel Perkins, is a designer, educator
and consultant with 19 years of experience in managing the
operations of leading creative firms in the United States and the
United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.shelperkins.com.
Students seem to be always stressed out. Tight deadlines, poor time management, balancing school and life, taking too much on. As an educator, I may be on the other side of the fence, but I can totally relate.
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