#MOBEMONDAY: August 15, 2022

Copyright Compliance For Churches 

 

Are you a church leader making costly copyright mistakes? With the increasing popularity of virtual worship services, church leaders need to know basic copyright principles to avoid infringing activities that create legal risks.

This MOBE Monday discussion will be led by attorney & author Kimra Major-Morris, Esq. in conversation with songwriter/producer/artist Donald Lawrence and Benton L. Aladin, Director of Media & Marketing, House Of Hope Atlanta.

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The show will be Live on Facebook on the #MOBESymposium page:

facebook.com/MOBESymposium, and on the MOBE Symposium YouTube channel

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