Gamma Xi Phi | Protecting My Brand: A Discussion for Emerging Artists and Creators
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Protecting My Brand: A Discussion for Emerging Artists and Creators

Sigma Delta Tau Legal Fraternity, Inc., and Gamma Xi Phi, the fraternity for artists, presented a program called “Protecting My Brand: A Discussion for Emerging Artists and Creators.”

Gamma Xi Phi member Shaina Jones Magrone of Artisan Law, P.C., moderated a helpful discussion that benefited artists and all those working in artistic professions.

Panelists included Sigma Delta Tau members Joseph Drayton, Esq., of Cooley LLP; Bradley Thomas, Esq., of the Law Offices of Bradley Ashton Thomas; and William Jolley, Esq., an Entertainment Attorney and Strategic Connector.

The event, a celebration of World Intellectual Property Day, was a lively introduction to the field of intellectual property, and discussed trademark, copyright, and even patents. Panelists shared best practices as well as stories from the field. It was agreed that an early investment in an intellectual property attorney is always a wise one.

“Gamma Xi Phi and Sigma Delta Tau Legal Fraternity assembled the Black Legal Avengers!” shared event attendee Seun Ogunlegan, CEO of Bold Ventures Media. “Incredible information and all of it well explained. I’d sign up a second time, if offered.”

This event was the first collaboration between Sigma Delta Tau, the oldest continuously existing African-American legal fraternity in the United States, and Gamma Xi Phi, the nation’s leading fraternal organization for artists of color and their anti-racist allies.

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