The pie charts are colorful; the quotes compelling. The only missing piece is a nice photo of the coast. Something to add a little “local color.”
Before you fire up Google’s image search and grab that perfect lighthouse, bridge or beach shot from the Web, make time for this special presentation coming this afternoon to Oregon Coast Community College’s Newport campus.
Leonard DuBoff is an attorney and author who lectures on how copyright and intellectual property law affects local small business. He’s also spoken on the topic at The Hague, in Poland, across Southeast Asia and in countless other locations.
“Intellectual property impacts every business and every person,” DuBoff said last Friday. “Every person and every business is involved in copyright law, one way or the other. It applies to software, photographs – everything creative and aesthetic.”
DuBoff’s many books include “The Law (In Plain English) for Writers,” “The Law (In Plain English) for Restaurants,” plus others in the series for photographers, artists, crafters and more. It’s a selection perfectly suited for Lincoln County’s business community, and everyone is welcome to this free presentation.
The presentation is set for 1:30 to 4:30 pm today, May 17, at the Newport Campus of Oregon Coast Community College, at 400 SE College Way in South Beach. For more information, call 541-994-4166 or email the SBDC.