An online workshop for performing artistes by Sanjay Kher, Advocate, Bombay High Court
Supported by HSBC
The current pandemic has forced performing artistes to embrace digital space like never before.
The copyright laws are widely seen as not having kept-up with the advancement in technology. Together with an array of digital media, the digital technologies have posed several challenges for the administration and protection of copyright laws.
On one hand, the ease of creating, modifying and sharing content on the digital media makes copyright enforcement a challenge, on the other hand, the digital content creators are not able to exercise effective control over their content and its monetisation. The digital media also poses a challenge to the user’s ability to make informed decisions.
This workshop will deal with ethical and legal rights of the creator, the media, and the buyer (user) of the digital content. Discussions will focus on specific issues related to each of these three stake holders.
Advocate Sanjay Kher is a senior practicing lawyer of the Bombay High Court. He is specialized in intellectual property laws, and has vast international experience of handling contentious patent and copyright litigations, and prosecutions.
Register here: https://bit.ly/LegalIssuesWorkshop