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The Talk: Rarely are creative works brought to the marketplace of ideas by one person alone. When several people start collaborating together on a single project, figuring out who owns the copyright can tend to be a little messy. This problem gets multiplied in the age of internet media where virtually anyone can publish content online and artists can collaborate together without ever meeting.
Bio: Kevin is an attorney in Chicago who focuses on trademark and copyright law. Prior to receiving his law degree from The Ohio State University, Kevin was a musician who played guitar in bands in both Cleveland and New York.