IP Basics for the Comic Book Industry

Latino Comics Expo

06/01/2013

Intellectual Property Litigation, Patent Counseling + Prosecution, and Patent Litigation

San Francisco, CA

Nathan B. Sabri

Nathan B. Sabri

Speaking Engagement

San Francisco associates Jacob Kaufman and Nathan Sabri were a hit at the 2013 Latino Comics Expo held at San Francisco’s Cartoon Museum. They discussed the steps that comic book creators should take to protect their work and the issues they need to consider when using others’ work, including parodies and caricatures. The panel — deemed a must by expo organizers — was standing room only.

Ricardo Padillo, director of the Latino Comics Expo, shared his appreciation of the professionalism and rigor demonstrated on the panel. “Many of the artists who attended expressed to me how much they appreciated having a law firm of the caliber of Morrison & Foerster come in and donate its time.”

Now entering its fourth year, the Latino Comics Expo raises awareness about comic books that have been influenced by or celebrate Latino culture.

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