Alayna And I just got back from a whirlwind weekend in PEI. ALIS had been invited to come by CulturePEI. They wanted us to hold three sessions: one specifically for videographers/photographers, one for their business incubator group, and one general contracts/copyright talk.
We always love going to PEI because the people who attend our sessions there are very interested and very focused. There are always lots of questions (excellent questions!) and lots of discussion between us (ALIS) and the attendees. Copyright law is a somewhat gray area of the law, simply because on the one hand, we have what the law says, but on the other hand, there haven’t been many cases litigated, so we don’t know how a judge would apply the law to the facts.
We’re hoping to do more sessions in PEI, but one question that we keep getting over and over again is “are there any lawyers interested in entertainment law in PEI?”. If you know a lawyer, in PEI, who wants to do some arts-related work, please tell them to get in touch with us. We’d love to expand the ALIS family into PEI!
Looking forward to the next visit to that lovely little island,