Event Date: October 18, 2017 | Time: 10AM PST / 1PM EST
Join us as Brian Craig discusses Copyright, Privacy, and Defamation Issues for Nonfiction Authors.
About Brian Craig
Brian Craig is a professor, writer, and indexer. He teaches online legal courses for Kaplan University and Brigham Young University-Idaho and previously taught at the University of Minnesota Law School. He is also a contributing writer for Wolters Kluwer providing expert analysis on the latest developments in the law, including intellectual property. In addition, Brian is a freelance indexer where he creates back of the book indexes predominantly in the fields of law, history, and politics. He previously worked for Thomson-Reuters and Wolters Kluwer in the legal information services industry as a staff attorney, legal editor, and indexer. He also worked as a judicial law clerk in Idaho and as a legislative aide in the California State Legislature. Brian Craig is the author of Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology (Pearson, 2012), a leading book in the field of cybersecurity law. He is currently working on his next book on legal history. Brian received his undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University and his law degree from the University of Idaho. He lives in northern Utah.
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I want to listen to Brian Craig’s seminar today. Will there be a link at 10am PST to access the live talk? Will it be on this page?
The information at the end of this post explains how to participate to listen in. If you’re a member, details can be found on the member home page. If you’re not yet a member, you can join as a Basic member for free.
Which post are you talking about? I am a member and I am logged in and I have searched everywhere on the site for information on how to login to a seminar. Is it possible to put the information in a reply to this message? I REALLY, REALLY, don’t want to miss this one! Sorry for the hassle.
Dal-in information can be found on the member home page:
https://nonfictionauthorsassociation.com/members-home-page. Click on the box labeled Teleseminar Dial-In Details.
It is 1:40PM Eastern time and the message I just got was: the moderator has not yet joined the conference. So you are 40 minutes late, right? Or am I doing something wrong?
James, the teleseminar started at 1 pm Eastern and they only last about 30 minutes.
Hm. I was on hold for 6 minutes, listening to classical music, only to get the message “The conference is now completed. Good-bye.”
Did I do something wrong (besides tuning in late)?
Kindly tell me at email@example.com.