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Own It organises regular events and workshops covering IP issues for creative people. Tickets for our events are always free. You must register with us in order to make a booking.

We are happy to supply sign language interpreters for Own It talks, but you must allow us at least 15 working days to organse this, and you must specify the type of interpretation needed (such as British Sign Language.)

We also display relevant events from our partner organisations. You may be charged to attend these events.

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Free trademark advice clinics

Date: Thursday 03 March 2005
Time: 5pm - 6:30pm

Location:
The Patent Office
Harmsworth House
13-15 Bouverie Street
London

Booking:
Tel: 020 8686 2052 / Email tm@itma.org.uk
http://www.itma.org.uk/news-events/press-releases/press-view.php?id=109&date=27%20Jan

The Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys is offering free advice clinics on setting up a trade mark and providing advice on design rights and copyright. The first session will be held on 3 March, with additional clinics held on the first Thursday of each month. Full details...

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How not to get ripped off

Date: Thursday 24 February 2005
Time: 5:00 to 7pm

Location:
London College of Communication
Elephant and Castle
London
SE1 6SB

Booking:
60 of 200 places available
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This Own It event will offer a basic guide to the law, covering the steps any creative professional should take in order to stop somebody else stealing or otherwise using your work without your permission. Full details...

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How not to get ripped off in the music industry

Date: Wednesday 23 February 2005
Time: 6 – 8 pm

Location:
The Institute Of Contemporary Arts
The Mall
London
SW1Y

Booking:
4 of 108 places available
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This Own It event will offer a basic guide to the law and how it relates to artists in the music industry. It will cover the steps you need to take in order to stop somebody else stealing or otherwise using your work without your permission (including copyright, licensing, royalties etc.) as well as what to look out for in the initial contracts a musician or songwriter may enter into". There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions. Full details...

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How not to get ripped off

Date: Wednesday 16 February 2005
Time: 5:00 to 7:00 - Workshop. 7:00-8:00 - Networking and drinks

Location:
The Screening Room
Westbourne Studios
242 Acklam Road
London W10 5JJ

Booking:
1 of 100 places available
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This Own It event will offer a basic guide to the law, covering the steps any creative professional should take in order to stop somebody else stealing or otherwise using your work without your permission. Full details...

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How not to get ripped off

Date: Tuesday 08 February 2005
Time: 5:00 to 7pm

Location:
Cockpit Arts Deptford
18 – 22 Creekside
Deptford
London, SE8

Booking:
2 of 60 places available
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This Own It event will offer a basic guide to the law, covering the steps any creative professional should take in order to stop somebody else stealing or otherwise using your work without your permission. Full details...

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Patent workshop: has someone got there before me?

Date: Wednesday 02 February 2005
Time: 2.30 to 5pm

Location:
The British Library
96 Euston Rd
London

Booking:
Fully booked

You’ve got an innovative idea for a product, you want to patent it – but has someone done it before you? A repeat of our previous, highly popular hands-on workshops at the British Library, this event will cover basic patenting procedure, choosing a database, good searching techniques and a practice search session.
Full details...

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Visual Artists: Protecting and promoting your work on the web

Date: Tuesday 01 February 2005
Time: 5:00-7pm

Location:
Rootstein Hopkins Space, London College of Fashion, John Princes Street, W1

Booking:
16 of 130 places available
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If you’re a visual artist, the internet can be a useful tool for gaining and growing public attention for your work. But how can you protect your work from being copied when using the web in this way? This Own It event will cover the different ways to protect and publicise your visual work online, particularly in the light of new initiatives such as Creative Commons and how you can use it to your creative advantage. Full details...

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Ideas 21 invites you to: Pitching Your Invention to an Investor

Date: Tuesday 25 January 2005
Time: 6pm for coffee; event runs 6:00 to 7.30pm

Location:
The Patent Office
Harmsworth House
13-15 Bouverie Street
London EC4

Booking:
http://www.ideas21.co.uk/Event_Detail/418

This event, hosted by Own It partner Ideas 21, gives you the opportunity to watch as three inventors pitch their inventions to our panel Gavin Hartland, Stuart Hillston and Roger Cox, and discover the tips of what makes a good pitch. Full details...

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Film, video and TV professionals: Creative Commons, copyright, contracts.. and you!

Date: Tuesday 25 January 2005
Time: 5:00 to 7.30pm

Location:
Channel 4
124 Horseferry Road
London
SW1P 2TX

Booking:
Fully booked

Hosted by Channel 4’s IDEASFACTORY, this free Own It talk for film, video and TV professionals covers copyright and design law for film, video and TV businesses, including a special overview of the new Creative Commons licences and how they can be applied to the film, TV and new media industry. Full details...

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Photographers: a practical guide to image licensing

Date: Thursday 20 January 2005
Time: 5:00 to 7pm

Location:
The Gallery
The Association of Photographers Ltd
81 Leonard Street
London, EC2A 4QS

Booking:
9 of 54 places available
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If you’re a professional photographer, how should you sell the rights to your images? This event will provide a practical guide to licensing your work. Full details...

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