Thirty years ago we each had a name. It was our unique identifier. Now, we have a name, email addresses, social media handles, and avatars. As technology redefines the ways in which we interact with our world, develop creative projects, and produce and market our work, what should you know about how the law is changing to keep up?
Join us on Wednesday, February 24 with Ashley Long, attorney in the Emerging Companies group at Carney Badley Spellman, in association with Washington Lawyers for the Arts, as she highlights the changing legal landscape of digital content. She’ll give filmmakers, musicians, and other creative industry professionals, tips on how to use, protect, and commercialize their creative intellectual property in the ever-changing and expanding digital landscape.
Ashley Long focuses her practice on providing brand owners and technology companies with the means to use, protect, and commercialize their intellectual property. Ashley has worked with clients throughout the technology spectrum, from e-commerce retailers to video game studios. She also assists clients with technology transactions, including distribution and licensing agreements, internet and website related contracts, sweepstakes and contests rules, and entertainment agreements.
Prior to joining Carney Badley Spellman, Ashley worked in prominent trademark practices throughout the country. She has taught the subjects of trademark law, unfair competition law, and copyright law at Boston area law schools. She was an adjunct faculty member at New England School of Law, and has served as guest lecturer at New England School of Law and Suffolk Law School.