(Friday) 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm HST
Happiness U - SALT
675 Auahi Street, Suite E3-205, Honolulu, HI 96813
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Self-expression and contributing to others in our own personal ways are essential to fulfillment in our daily lives. We each have our own unique abilities and talents. Whether we do
Self-expression and contributing to others in our own personal ways are essential to fulfillment in our daily lives. We each have our own unique abilities and talents. Whether we do so through painting, drawing, writing, singing, cooking, or conversation, we each have a need to express ourselves through our own creative outlets. How does the law treat your self-expression? Why are ideas and expression treated differently? For that matter, why are writing a letter and writing a recipe treated differently as well? What rights do you have in your creative works and your contributions to others? Barron Oda, art and intellectual property attorney, will explore these topics, discuss intellectual property law, and answer your questions.
NOTE: This is a free event for the public.
Barron Oda is Co-Chair of the ABA’s Section of Science & Technology Law’s Museums and the Arts Law Committee. Barron’s practice areas include governance, art, entertainment, museum, cultural property, and intellectual property law. Barron teaches intellectual property and constitutional law at the Hawaii Pacific University, has been a guest lecturer for Harvard Extension School, and has presented for the American Bar Association and American Alliance of Museums. He has presented and published in the areas of intellectual property, art law, and museum administration, international health law, and technology. Barron enjoys cooking, writing, and running, and is looking forward to completing his seventh marathon in 2018.