ASMP — American Society of Media Photographers

Webinar: The CASE Act Is Law! So, What’s Next?

By January 12, 2021January 14th, 2021Webinars

January 27 @ 3pm ET

More than a decade of effort and advocacy paid off on December 27, 2020 when the President signed the bi-partisan Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act. Maybe you have heard of CASE, but don’t know exactly what’s involved, or maybe you are a CASE expert; either way, join ASMP General Counsel Thomas Maddrey and former ASMP National Board Chair Jenna Close to discuss CASE, what the actual law says, and why there is still months of work to still do before you can utilize these benefits. This is the first of many CASE Act related programming coming to you in the next year.

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Meet the Speakers

 

Jenna Close
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Jenna Close is the Director of Photography at Buck the Cubicle. She and her partners specialize in photo and video for trailblazing humans and purpose-driven brands. Jenna was on the ASMP National Board for 6 years, serving as Chair for 2 of those years. During that time, she was heavily involved in The CASE Act, including testifying before Congress in September 2019. When she isn’t working or traveling she can be found hanging out in San Diego with her 2 pet doves and 10 pet pigeons, all of whom have been rescued from situations of neglect or abuse.

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Thomas Maddrey is ASMP’s General Counsel. He is the founding partner and lead attorney for Maddrey PLLC, a boutique firm dedicated to art law and creative business law. His firm is focused on a number of groups including artists, entrepreneurs, collectors, galleries, museums, and other creative individuals and groups. Follow Tom on Twitter @MaddreyPLLC.

His firm’s web address is http://maddreypllc.com

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