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4/23/2019
When: April 23, 2019
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Where: General Assembly
3858 Walnut Street
Denver, Colorado  80205
United States
Contact: Shirin Chahal
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Legal Issues for Today’s Design Professionals



ABOUT THE PROGRAM:

What is the best way to legally protect your work in the Internet age? Do you understand the difference between copyright, trademark, and rights to privacy? What recourse do you have if someone is using your work without permission? Attorneys from the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA will present for members of AIGA Colorado on important legal issues for today’s design professionals.


PANELISTS:

Shirin Chahal counsels on a variety of general business issues for both startups and established small businesses. She practices in the areas of businesses formation, organization, and operation, and helps companies identify areas of potential liability to mitigate risks in their day-to-day business transactions. Her practice also provides ongoing general support, including advisement in areas of contract drafting and negotiation, commercial leases and real estate transactions, regulatory law, data privacy, and intellectual property.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Shirin worked in the entertainment and technology industries, including a talent booking agency, a major record label in Southern California, and a regional data center in Salt Lake City, Utah. She continues to offer her services to artists, musicians, designers, authors and other creative entrepreneurs.  She currently serves as a Co-Chair to the Rocky Mountain chapter of the Copyright Society of the USA.
Shirin concentrated her studies at the University of Colorado Law School on technology, privacy, and the protection of artists, designers, and independent business owners. She studied intellectual property rights, including copyright, trademark, and patent law, as well as Internet, telecommunications and technology law. She served as Articles Editor for the Colorado Technology Law Journal, where her student note regarding privacy on social networks was selected for publication. Finally, as a legal Research Assistant, Shirin contributed to several published law review articles and course books on the law of business entities.
In addition to her commitment to her clients, Shirin devotes much of her free time to her community through volunteering, pro bono, and non-profit work. She serves as a volunteer attorney for Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) and Boulder County Legal Services  She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA) and the Advisory Board for the Nederland EcoPass Improvement District.

Dave Rein provides creative solutions for mid-size and startup companies to acquire, maintain, monetize and protect their copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets and patents with a focus on manufacturing technology, emerging technologies, architecture, visual arts, food processing, and the energy industry.
His practice includes trademark prosecution and maintenance of trademark registrations as well as ExParte and Inter Partes practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  It also includes filing and prosecuting copyright registration applications before the United States Copyright Office, Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Proceedings and DMCA takedown notices.
He has extensive experience in litigating intellectual property issues throughout the country in federal court and in arbitration.  Dave’s litigation background provides a critical foundation in drafting and negotiating licenses, joint venture agreements, manufacturing agreements, assignments and other contracts involving intellectual property rights as he has an appreciation of the problems that arise with contract disputes.
He also teaches intellectual property as an Adjunct Law Professor at the University of Missouri in Kansas City and began his career as a law clerk to the Honorable Dean Whipple in the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
He is active in the American Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section serving as the chair of the Copyright Committee, member of the Trademark Litigation committee, board member of both the Books Board and Membership Board and as the former Vice-chair of the Copyright Division.  Dave is admitted to practice in Colorado, Kansas and Missouri.

 

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AIGA Colorado

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