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DANA LEJUNE PRESENTS COPYRIGHT BASICS FOR ARTWORKS
January 16, 2016 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
HALLET OAK GALLERY LUNCH AND LEARN:
GUEST SPEAKER, ATTORNEY DANA ANDREW LEJUNE
TOPIC — COPYRIGHT BASICS FOR ARTWORKS
Saturday, January 16, 2016, 12:00 – 1:00 PM
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Dana Andrew LeJune, Board–Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, will discuss how registration of your works and defense of your copyrights can handsomely supplement your income. Scheduled for Saturday, January 16, at the Hallet Oak Gallery, his not-to-be-missed presentation will give a glimpse of court cases and exhibit legal scenarios for “authors” of all types, including photographers, architects, writers, and graphic artists, including jewelers.
Representing photographers, graphic and web designers, authors, illustrators, musicians, public relations firms, advertising agencies and others in copyright matters since 1983, LeJune is the “recommended attorney” for the Texas Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers. Considered the best copyright attorney in the U.S. by many Dallas and Houston photographers, over the last three decades he has handled and litigated many legal matters for such notables as Bob Gomel, Jay Brousseau, Jim Olive, Joe Baraban, Mike Duhon, Stuart Cohen, Dennis Murphy, Bob Werre, Joe Robbins, Hall Puckett, Jeff Baker, Jim Caldwell, Thaine Manske, Chris Salvo, and Mieko Mahi in preserving their works, and holding infringers accountable.
Registration for the event is 11:00-11:30 AM on Saturday. The $20 fee includes a boxed lunch. Persons may preregister by January 14th for $15 for individual tickets or $12 each for two tickets. Registration after 11:30 is welcome but will not include a lunch. Call the Hallet Oak Gallery at 361-217-7030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Tickets for door prizes of art works will be available for $5 to support the gallery.
About Hallet Oak Gallery
The Hallet Oak Gallery, a Texas historical venue for art, business, education and entertainment, is located in the historic Kahn and Stanzel Building on the square in Hallettsville. For more information on classes at the Gallery, see the Calendar of Events at www.halletoakgallery.com or visit the Hallettsville Chamber of Commerce website at www.hallettsville.com. Cultural Arts events in 2016 are funded by the City of Hallettsville and supported by Dr. Betty Edwards, and Friends.
-Lois Weiss, Writer for the Arts –