Legal Basics: Licensing 101
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November 16th, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM ET via Zoom
What happens when someone else wants to use your art? Licensing is an agreement between two parties where the owner gives permission to another party to use their brand, copyright, patent, trademark, or trade secrets. Licensing ensures artists are compensated for their work. For musicians, designers, and visual artists, understanding how licensing works is crucial to building a successful business. Join us for an intro and come with questions.
Anibal Luque, Co-Founder & Vice-President of POWRPLNT, grew up in Paterson, NJ, and graduated from New York Law School. After some experience in the music industry, Anibal launched his own practice, Luque (https://www.luque.us), and began servicing creatives and entrepreneurs in the area of music, art, and fashion. Heavily involved in the technology and media sectors, Anibal's client roster represents the new face of social enterprise. As a young enthusiastic entrepreneur himself, Anibal strives to help like-minded people become successful by sharing his own experiences along with the right legal planning.
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