Ping® Webinar: 5 Things Every Design Contract Needs

I want to give a big thanks to Houzz PRO for hosting this webinar. This program covered: –The five key problem areas in design contracts –What the key terms of a contract should be, why they are there and when they should be changed –Rights & Remedies: what a designer can do if a client […]

Arts, Entertainment, Media & Advertising Law News

U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee: The Gold Standard for Trademark Protection. By Kelli Ovies August 3, 2021 The Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act is a United States law (codified at 36 U.S.C. Sec. 220501 et seq. of the United States Code) that charters and grants monopoly status to the United States Olympic Committee, and […]

You’re Invited to LAUNCH: Client Contracts 2.0

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin DATE: Wednesday, June 29TIME: 9:30AM to 11:30AMLOCATION: New York Design Center, Conference RoomADDRESS: 200 Lexington Avenue, NYC Have you ever had a client refuse to pay a bill, not give you credit for your work, or use your design scheme without hiring you? As loathsome as these situations sound, the reality […]