In this podcast interview with amigurumi designer Allison Hoffman, we talk about how she got into crocheting life-like dolls of famous people, how she’s been able to write 5 craft books, and the controversy she ran into recently due to creating a Baby Yoda doll and crochet pattern.
Kiffanie Stahle is the legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. In this Q&A session Kiffanie answers members’ legal questions on everything from trademark and copyright to contracts and more!
Fans of Ruth Bader Ginsburg rejoiced at her return to the Supreme Court a few weeks ago. Copyright holders were, perhaps, less excited when they read Ginsburg’s decision in Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp. v. Wall-Street.Com. Although the decision merely clarifies a procedural point relating to infringement litigation, makers who vigorously protect their IP rights are concerned about the delay the Court’s decision will add to the already time-consuming process of copyright litigation.
In this webinar, Katie Hunt of Tradeshow Bootcamp and Proof to Product shares her secrets to maximize your trade show investment and keep orders coming after your show ends.
Kiffanie Stahle is the friendly legal eagle behind the artist’s J.D. In this Q&A session, Kiffanie answers members’ legal questions on topics ranging from copyright and to contracts and more!
Nakia D. Hansen is a New York State-licensed attorney and digital strategist who currently serves as Of Counsel at Odegard Law, a boutique law firm in New York City and in this Q&A session she answers members’ legal questions.
If you have a multi-contributor craft blog how can you be sure that the posts and images contributors are submitting are original? Fiona Pullen of The Sewing Directory speaks from first hand experience with these expert tips.
Many patterns from indie craft designers include a copyright notice. But is this restrictive language valid, and can it be enforced against the purchaser?
Copyright law protects the ownership of certain kinds of intellectual property, but not all variations. Here’s some common copyright law myths, debunked.