Legal Clinic #3: Rights of Privacy and Publicity for Photographers
January 6, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - January 6, 2026 @ 1:00 pm EST$15 – $30
Purchase the Legal Clinic Webinar Video
If you were unable to attend the live event on January 6, 2020, you can still purchase the Legal Clinic webinar video to learn more about rights of privacy and publicity for photographers.
To purchase the video, register below by selecting a ticket. Once you have completed the payment process, you will receive a payment order confirmation. A second email will be sent to you with the Clinic Webinar video access details.
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Every professional photographer knows about copyright, but many are not well versed in how the rights of privacy and publicity can have an effect on what you are paid, and when your client or subject can exert control over the images you create. Intertwined with these rights are model releases, and we will discuss how to draft a protective release and how recent advances in technology have changed the landscape for releases of all types.
About the ASMP Legal Clinic
ASMP is well aware that legal services can be a very expensive line item in a photographer’s budget, especially if legal counsel is required to enforce contracts and licensing agreements that may have been breached by clients or third parties. To assist members with broadening their legal knowledge, ASMP has launched this new member benefit – the ASMP Legal Clinic – to provide members with legal knowledge to assist them in navigating those issues that may arise in their day to day work. Instead of the hundreds of dollars an hour it costs to consult an attorney directly, these series of webinars will be a cost-effective way to get critical legal information. ASMP believes that the legal knowledge that will be conveyed in the clinics will assist members in adopting best practices in negotiations and agreements that may be able to help members avoid costly legal expenses in the future.