Copyright and NFTs
Date: Tuesday, March 8
Time: 12 pm
Location: Online Webinar
Cost: $10
Register: Here
MCLE: One Hour General Participatory MCLE Credit

The term NFT is all over the place these days. They were prominent at the Super Bowl and a $23 billion business is 2021. But…. what are they and why are they such big business?? If you want to understand what they are and how they are being monetized, this webinar can help!

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are digital files stored on blockchain which can be sold and traded. These digital files can be used for creative works such as art, music, and videos. This presentation will discuss issues that arise under copyright law when NFTs are used for creative works, with a focus on NFTs and music artists.

Professor Kevin J. Greene is the John J. Schumacher Chair Professor at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. A former U.S. Marine and a graduate of Yale Law School, Greene is an award-winning legal scholar who has represented clients including Spike Lee, Public Enemy, Bobby Brown, HBO, and funk legend George Clinton.

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