13th December, 2019

Dancing
with Intellectual Property

From dance choreography  and settings to  dance music and costumes, various aspects of dance can be protected  as intellectual property. Protecting dance sequences and moves, videos and music, sets and costumes, personality attributes and names, and social media presence can help dancers   commercialise their creative work and prevent its misuse.

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Intellectual Property Attorneys

Our speakers

Dr. Kalyan Kankanala

Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala

Senior Partner The session will be led by Dr. Kalyan C. Kankanala, a reputed entertainment law attorney in India. He has over the years provided IP consultation and advisory services for several performers, artists, authors and musicians.

Dancing with Intellectual Property

From dance choreography  and settings to  dance music and costumes, various aspects of dance can be protected  as intellectual property. Protecting dance sequences and moves, videos and music, sets and costumes, personality attributes and names, and social media presence can help dancers   commercialise their creative work and prevent its misuse.

 

Aimed at dancers, this specially designed session  helps dancers understand  how to protect their  creativity and movement art. It provides insights into how their work can be commercialised, and what steps can be taken to prevent infringement of their work online and offline.

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