Content Creator Law by a Content Creator

This webinar will unpack the legal issues faced by social media influencers and content creators, and discuss the industry landscape generally.

Agenda:

  • Introduction to Industry and Overview
    • Money in the industry
    • What does a content creator do?
    • What legal agreements do they sign onto?

  • Legal Issues Facing Creators
    • Brand deal terms
    • Defamation suits
    • IP infringement, trademarks, copyright

  • Detailed Teaching Points on Content Creator Law
    • Indemnification
    • White listing/paid usage
    • IP ownership rights
    • Noncompetes
    • Payment terms
    • Jurisdiction of choice
    • Anti-SLAPP, defamation
    • Fair use and copyright concerns
Topics covered include: Practice Skills
Duration of this webinar: 60 minutes
Originally broadcast: December 08, 2023 11:00 AM PT
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Speaker
Julian Sarafian
Julian Sarafian Attorney
For Creators by Creators PC
Julian Sarafian is a lawyer and content creator. His law firm - For Creators by Creators PC - is the premiere law firm focused on representing content creators and social media influencers. As a content creator himself, Julian produces videos and blog posts related to the legal profession, law, and mental health on TikTok, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Instagram, where his cumulative following is nearly 350,000. He has written and published op-ed pieces in The American Lawyer, Law360, Business Insider, Bloomberg Law, and CNBC. His advocacy for mental health has been covered by the New York Times and Bloomberg Law.
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