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Digital Dilemmas: Q&A with Legal Expert

August 24, 2021
2:00 – 3:00pm

Free with registration
Advance registration required

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Have your digital use questions answered by a legal expert!

With quick pivots to digital programming due to COVID-19 pandemic-related closures, organizations have faced new challenges around presenting online. Whether it’s making archived programming available, hosting virtual fundraisers or digital classes, questions around intellectual property rights and privacy have arisen. As we head into a season that may be a hybrid of digital and in-person programming, new legal considerations surface.

Join ArtsFund’s Cultural Partners Network and legal expert, Mark Wittow (K&L Gates) on August 24, 2021 between 2-3pm to discuss important legal considerations around making cultural programming available online.

Join colleagues and peers from the cultural community across the Central Puget Sound. Interactivity is encouraged, so please come prepared with questions or topics. Live Q&A will be moderated by ArtsFund staff.

To register for Digital Dilemmas: Q&A with Legal Expert, click here.

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Accessibility info:
Captioning and ASL interpretation will be available. Please indicate if there are other accommodations you will need to make the event accessible to you. Our team will make every effort to fulfill all requests but encourage participants to respond by 8/17/21.

Questions? Contact Steffi Morrison at smorrison@artsfund.org.

Mark Wittow

MARK WITTOW is a partner in the Seattle office of K&L Gates, and is a member of and former practice leader for the firm’s IP/technology transactions group. His work focuses on all types of intellectual property and technology transactions and counseling for software and related services, other types of technology, and music and other media content. He also has taught Advanced Copyright Law and Arts Legal Clinic courses at the Seattle University and University of Washington law schools, is an active volunteer with the Washington Lawyers for the Arts, and looks forward to reassuming duties as lead guitarist and vocalist with Force Majeure. He was admitted to the Washington State Bar in 1988 and the Alaska State Bar in 1990 and is a graduate of Hampshire College and Harvard Law School.

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Sponsor of the Cultural Partners Network