Intellectual Property and Employment Law Considerations for Online Learning

Education   |   Intellectual Property   |   Labor & Employment   |   August 11, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT


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Schools using an online module this fall are hastily finalizing their preparations. 

As you plan for the fall semester, please join us for a discussion of some unique legal issues that may not have been considered. 

Carlton Fields intellectual property and employment law attorneys will address: 

  • Use of copyrighted material in online courses
  • Establishing and protecting IP rights in your online content
  • Navigating challenges in supervising staff working remotely

Register for the webinar. 

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