OT: Copyright meeting in so Cal

Subject: OT: Copyright meeting in so Cal
From: "Sharon Burton-Hardin" <sharonburton -at- earthlink -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 09:02:25 -0700

The Inland Empire chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (IESTC)
in southern California would like to invite folks to their September 16th
dinner meeting featuring
Robert Rotstein speaking on "Copyright Law and You".

Clueless about when to use the (c) copyright symbol? Distressed because you
don't know
whether to use (tm) or (r)? Don't know what you can legally download from
the
Internet? Well, have we got a meeting for you! This month's IESTC meeting
will shine the light on everything you need to know about copyright law!

Topics covered will include the correct use of copyright symbols; copyright
law as it pertains to published material, intellectual property, graphics,
and sound (music, midi files, etc.); and other copyright issues facing us in
the 21st century. If you are involved in the web, you need to know how these
laws apply to you!

About the Speaker
Robert H. Rotstein is a partner in the Litigation Department in McDermott,
Will & Emery's Los Angeles office. Mr. Rotstein's focused practice areas are
general civil litigation, intellectual property, and entertainment
litigation.
Make your reservation online at <http://www.iestc.org/this_month.html>.
Hope to see you there!

We meet the third Thursday of each month at the Canyon Crest Country Club in
Riverside, CA from 6:30 to 9pm. Each meeting includes dinner, a speaker, and
an opportunity to mingle with your peers.

Speaker: Robert Rotstein
Topic: Copyright Law and You
When: September 16th, 1999 6:30pm to 9pm
Cost:
STC Members with reservation - $18
Non-members with reservation - $20
Walk-ins - $22
Where:
Canyon Crest Country Club
975 Country Club Drive
Riverside, CA 92506


sharon

Sharon Burton-Hardin
President of the Inland Empire chapter of the STC
www.iestc.org
Anthrobytes Consulting
www.anthrobytes.com
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