Learn the ins and outs of event law to keep you and your clients protected
ABOUT THE COURSE
A legal guide for wedding & event professionals, everything you need to know to maintain your career; including licensing, trademarks, contracts negotiations and more. This course offers legal knowledge and tips for wedding & event professionals. This guide provides everything you need to know in maintaining your career and business.
This course is offered as part of the Certified Master Wedding & Event Planning program.
About the Author : Patrick M. Teague
Attorney Patrick Teague has emerged as one of the leading voices in the country in the growing field of event law.
Mr. Teague’s experience in event law includes representing a wide variety of wedding and event professionals, including planners, designers and photographers. He has also successfully represented Lovegevity, a multi-media publishing house, in contract negotiations with wedding and event suppliers, television personalities and, notably, world-renowned event designer Preston Bailey.
Outside the event industry, Mr. Teague is in-house counsel for a multibillion dollar hospitality company that operates in over 35 countries. He also has expertise in small business and contract law, along with experience as a sports agent, sports reporter and professional soccer player.
Mr. Teague went to law school in New Orleans and remains deeply interested and involved in the city. He holds a law degree from Tulane University. He lives near Washington D.C. with his wife, Melissa.
The Event Law Course includes a variety of topics:
- Business Formation
- Choosing a Brand Name
- Industry Specific Licenses & Permits
- Intellectual Properties
- Labor & Employment
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
How to write a proper contract
All about "Day of" contracts for weddings & events
How to properly form an event business
The specifics of Wedding & Event Law
- Instructor Led 1:1 Video Conferencing
- Learn at your own pace
- Average 8 Weeks Duration
- Online & In-Person Formats
- Average time commitment is 3-5 hours per week
Chapter 1 – Starting your own business
Chapter 2 – Choosing a Brand NAme
Chapter 3 – Industry Specific Licenses & Permits
Chapter 4 – Intellectual Property – Trademarks
Chapter 5 – Intellectual Property – Domain Names, Trade Secrets, & the Rights of Publicity
Chapter 6 – Intellectual Property – Copyrights
Chapter 7 – Employment Issues
Chapter 8 – Contracts
Chapter 9 – Torts & The Weding & Event Industry
Chapter 10 – How to Effectively Negotiate in the Wedding & Event industry
What you’ll get
+ Instructor Support
+ Live Class Discussions
For those ready to jump in and change their career path immediately. Get access to all of our wedding and event planning courses to gain an extended education on how to be a Master Wedding & Event Planner.