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Digital Licensing Workshop (fwd)

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This message is to bring to your attention an upcoming workshop on digital
licensing. Interested recipients may request more information by email or
telephone as noted at the end of the message.

The 3 hour workshop will allow participants to examine various digital
licensing topics and issues, including the following:

- licensing arrangements generally;
- the uses of works that can be made through a licensing agreement;
- duration of a licensing agreement;
- sublicenses and secondary rights;
- who owns what;
- moral rights;
- compensation;
- credits;
- warranties and indemnities; and
- revocation of rights in certain circumstances

Participants will be led through a clause by clause analysis of a typical
licensing agreement. The workshop is intended to be benefit anyone
involved in the use or licensing of digital materials, including
photographers, writers, web and CD-ROM developers, and persons working in
museums, archives, and libraries are encouraged to attend.

This offering of the workshop will be held in New York City, on December
3, 1998 from 10 am - 1 pm. The workshop was held earlier this fall in
Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Phoenix, Toronto, and London UK. If
you are unable to attend the New York session but are interested in
attending in another venue, please email seminars@copyrightlaws.com.

Further information is available by email or telephone at one of the

202 478 0478

Take care, 

Kim Nayyer
Legal Research & Information Services
Prowse & Chowne, Legal Counsel
Edmonton AB