New Media Rights is honored to be invited and competing for over $300,000 in the Crowdrise Holiday Challenge.
Starting NOW, you can help us rise to the challenge by going to our Crowdrise fundraiser page and clicking “Join the Team.” No donation is required to become a team member and show your support, however, donating helps us compete for other bonuses. Once you’ve joined our team though, you can donate to our campaign through our Crowdrise fundraiser page, where we’re collecting all our donations this holiday season.
New Media Rights will be offering free 30-minute legal consultation sessions at Nest Cowork! The sessions will take place on Thursday June 21, from 3-5pm.
Come talk to NMR about your copyright and trademark concerns, contracts, and other legal issues you might encounter as a startup or entrepreneur. You don’t have to be a member of Nest to receive a consultation.
New Media Rights Executive Director Art Neill will be speaking at the Alliance for Community Media National Conference in Baltimore on July 12, 2018! He will be discussing copyright, fair use and licensing with Kevin Goldberg of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth, P.L.C.
We're honored to have been invited to speak at PLI's "Fundamentals of Copyright Law in the Data Era." Executive Director Art Neill and Assistant Director Shaun Spalding will be at the Practising Law Institute in San Francisco on July 9th, 2018, presenting during the capstone panel of the day.
Assistant Director Shaun Spalding is speaking at the NLGJA 2018 National Convention in Palm Springs on September 8, 2018. Shaun will be speaking about freelance writer contracts, negotiating effective deal terms, and how you can protect your rights as a freelance writer.
The NLGJA Convention is being held at the Hotel Zoso in Palm Springs from Spetember 6-9th, and the panel is called "Get What You Deserve: The Journalist’s Rough Guide to Contracts and Negotiations." The panel is from 3:45-4:45pm on September 8.
In our new book, we focus on issues you may encounter from the inception of your business to the moment (that hopefully doesn’t happen) you get a nasty lawyer letter for the first time.
You’ll learn how to form your business, protect your intellectual property, and avoid problems when launching your project. Taking a few simple steps upfront to protect your business or project can save time and money down the road. Don't Panic has also been used in undergraduate & graduate classes nationwide to teach business and legal concepts to non-lawyers. Professors can request a FREE evaluation copy