Copyright and the Arts - Dr. Miriam Kellerhals
The training offers relevant information on German copyright law with excursions to US copyright law. It gives participants the knowledge to assess whether or not a creation is eligible to copyright protection and under which conditions copyrighted works may be legally used without the creator’s consent. Participants are exposed to case law to enable them to successfully handle artists’ related questions of copyright law.
Dr. Miriam Kellerhals graduated from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Her legal traineeship included stages at the Kammergericht (Appellate Court) Berlin, senate for IP law, the German Embassy in Stockholm and a L.A. based law firm. Afterwards she was an assistant lecturer at University of Berlin (FU) and wrote her Ph.D. thesis on moral rights. Miriam is working as a lawyer (Rechtsanwältin) specializing in intellectual property law.
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