Artists’ Legal Advice Services (ALAS) mission is to empower Ontario’s creative community through access to legal information and advice. We endeavour through our legal clinic, educational sessions, resources and copyright…
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- Canada Performing Arts Workers Resilience Fund (CPAWRF)
- COVID Protocol for Employers in Ontario’s Arts and Culture Industry
- Overview of Defamation Law in Ontario
- National Network Update
- Report on the National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts
- ALAS’ Statement in Solidarity with Black, Indigenous and All Racialized Communities in Ontario
- COVID Economic Support Benefits
- Federal Government Proposes Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)
- Canadian Musicians – Survey on the Impact of COVID-19 – Deadline March 27
- Emergency Income Support for Individuals Who May Not Be Eligible for Employment Insurance (Including Self-Employed Creators)
- Support Resources for Creators During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Complete a Survey to Help Develop a National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts!
- Intellectual property primer
- Why are contracts important?
- What is in a contract?
- Written vs verbal contracts
- How do contracts work?
- What is a contract?
- Copyright collectives
- Copyright is divisible
- What is copyright?