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Contemporary Legal Issues in Screenwriting
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The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2019 (“CASE Act”) establishes a new forum for copyright small claims. Passed in 2020, the CASE Act marks a potentially significant shift in how copyright claims are disputed and resolved. This toolkit was created to compile information regarding the CASE Act. Specifically, the aim of this toolkit is to provide readers information aboutthe Act, its mechanisms, and list resources for further exploration.
CLA's Life After AB5 Toolkit describes the legal background of the AB5 law and various options that employers and the artists they work with can consider going forward. The newest edition incorporates the latest state legislative amendments.
CLA by The Numbers
July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021
In our 46th Fiscal Year
Received Legal Assistance from the LRIS Service
Attended Educational Programs
Participated in Alternative Dispute Resolution Services
Received Mediation Training
Youth Trained as Peer Mediators
Deserving Teens Placed in Arts Internships
Persons Residing in State Prisons Participated in Art in Corrections classes
Attended Events Coordinated With CLA's Speakers Bureau