Join Tamera H. Bennett, Esq./Bennett Law Office, PC for a "Party on the Patio & Concert in the Park." Light and tasty food and beverages served on the office back patio from 6pm to 7pm. Walk over to the Wayne Ferguson Plaza to watch Local Yoakam @7pm (Dwight Yoakam tribute band) and King George @8pm (George Strait tribute band). Bring your own chair for the concert.
Park and enter at the rear of the building.
Click here to RSVP for "Party on the Patio."
The USPTO Texas Regional Office is hosting a program on March 6th from 12pm-1pm entitled “From High Tops to High Tech: The IP of Basketball” that will feature a panel discussion with USPTO Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner of Patents and local attorneys Tamera Bennett and Christian Dennie.
Join the USPTO Texas Regional Office for a brown bag lunch panel discussion featuring:
- Tamera H. Bennett, Entertainment & Trademark Law Attorney
- Christian Dennie, Sports Law Attorney
- Andrew Faile, USPTO Deputy Commissioner for Patent Operations
- Andrew Hirshfeld, USPTO Commissioner for Patents
Food trucks will be available onsite. The event is free to all participants, but registration is required.
Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Time: 12:00PM – 1:00 PM
USPTO Texas Regional Office
207 S. Houston St., Ste. 159
Dallas, Texas 75202
Texas CLE: Pending (1.0 hour)
For more information, please email TXROEvents@uspto.gov or call (469) 295-9000.
Music lawyer Tamera Bennett and patent lawyer Kelly Kubasta provide an overview to intellectual property lawyers on the intersection of estate planning and IP law including a look at trademark, copyright, patent, and social media.
Topics to be covered:
- Issue spotting and drafting tips where estate planning and IP overlap
- Are there ways for the heirs to undo the estate plan
- Real-world entertainment case examples
Texas Trademark and Media lawyer Tamera Bennett is presenting "Yes, Your Clients Own Trademarks (and Copyrights, Patents, Trade Secrets): Tips You Need to ‘Issue Spot’ Your Clients’ Intellectual Property.” .75 CLE Credits
Join the Texas Chapter of the Recording Academy for this important event in Dallas on September 14 to learn more about current music advocacy issues and how you can join the chorus for creator's rights through the largest grassroots movement for music by signing up to be a District Advocate.
Panelists include: Carlos Alvarez, Trustee and music executive; Tamera Bennett, entertainment attorney and past Chapter Advocacy Committee Chair; David Messier, Chapter President and studio owner; Lisa Morales, music producer/songwriter and Chapter Vice President; and Paul Wall, former Trustee, Chapter Governor and GRAMMY-nominated artist.
6:30 - 7 p.m. - Networking Reception; Cash Bar
7 - 8 p.m. - Music Advocacy Panel / Information about District Advocate Day on October 18
8 - 8:30 p.m. - Sign up to be a District Advocate
Happy Hour and Sounds of Lewisville Concert
Join attorney Tamera Bennett and Bennett Law Office, PC for a Summer Happy Hour with tasty treats and beverages. BYO-Chair to attend the Sounds of Lewisville Concert featuring "Escape" - a Journey cover band.
Happy Hour is from 5pm to 7pm.
Sounds of Lewisville Concert is from 7pm to 9pm.
Lewisville Farmer's Market is from 4pm to 8pm.
Come for some or come for all!
Trademark lawyer Tamera Bennett will present Is That Fair (Use)? Third Party Trademarks in Film, Print, Video Games and other Media, at the Spring 2017 Tennessee Intellectual Property Law (TIPLA) Conference.
TIPLA sponsors two Symposiums a year for patent attorneys, patent agents, trademark attorneys, and copyright attorneys.
Each symposium includes lectures for local, Tennessee attorneys and others who speak on topics of interest to those who practice patent, trademark, copyright, and IP law in general. In the past, distinguished judges have appeared, as have officials from the Patent and Trademark Office.
Date: May 5, 2017
Location: 1600 Division St, STE 700, Nashville, TN
Trademark Disparagement and the Supreme Court - Professor Megan Carpenter, Simon Tam of the Slants, Tamera Bennett
Music and trademark lawyer Tamera Bennett joins Texas A&M Law Professor Megan Carpenter, and Simon Tam of the Slants to discuss the pending U.S. Supreme Court case on the SLANTS trademark and disparagement.
April 10, 2017
Fort Worth, TX
CLIP Speaker Series “Perspectives on Practice Featuring Amazing Alumni”
March 21, 2017
Noon - 1 pm
Tamera Bennett is an alumnus of the law school who opened her own practice focused on music law, entertainment, and IP. She has built her practice and is truly a local powerhouse... including being on the Board of Governors (and an officer in) the Texas chapter of the Grammy Association. She is past chair of the State Bar of Texas Sports and Entertainment Law Association. She is co-host of the Entertainment Law Podcast, is an active blogger on legal issues, and has written for both Billboard and Texas Lawyer.
She knows what it is to build a practice from the ground up (and right after law school!).
Whether you are interested in entertainment law, IP, music, or opening your own practice, you will surely find something interesting about this talk. You will have a chance to both hear from -- and talk with -- Tamera. And there will be free lunch from Potbelly!
Legal Issues of Podcasting: A Special Edition of the Entertainment Law Update Podcast
During this live podcast episode of Entertainment Law Update the panel will cover trending entertainment law cases, podcast case law and use of podcasting while complying with lawyer advertising rules. Professsor Stan Soocher joins co-hosts Tamera Bennett and Gordon Firemark in this special "live before a studio audience" episode of Entertainment Law Update.
Roundup of Recent Entertainment Industry Cases
Tamera Bennett and Gordon Firemark join Stan Soocher in his annual roundup of Entertainment Law Cases.
Intellectual property issues within the show development process are fraught with pitfalls for the unwary. Even the most sophisticated producers and production companies find themselves at risk for lack of a fundamental understanding of the varied intellectual property issues that arise within the idea generation, concept development, production, rehearsal, and performance phases of live entertainment.
This webinar will examine some useful legal strategies that entertainment manager could adopt during the show development process.
Tamera H. Bennett, Attorney & Mediator, Bennett Law Office, PC
A question and answer session will follow the presentation.
The Texas Chapter will host GRAMMY Pro Studio Summit in Dallas with a focus on producing and engineering.
This event brings together GRAMMY-winning engineer/mixer Tony Maserati and GRAMMY, Oscar and Golden Globe-nominated producer and P&E Wing Co-Chair, Harvey Mason, Jr. Tony and Harvey will share techniques, track samples, inspirations and thoughts on current industry hot topics followed by a moderated audience Q&A.
Rounding out the summit will be a panel, led by Producers & Engineers Wing Managing Director Maureen Droney, with entertainment and media attorney Tamera Bennett, and Harvey Mason, Jr. addressing key music advocacy issues that affect producers and engineers.
Trademark and entertainment lawyer Tamera Bennett will be a guest lecturer to the Entertainment Law class at Texas A&M Law School.
Texas music and trademark lawyer Tamera Bennett is honored to join her colleagues Paul Bezilla, Lynn Morrow and Kelly Vallon presenting "Developing An Indie Artist's Career Using Their Money on Others'" on Friday, March 18, 2016 at the SXSW Music Conference.
Trademark lawyer Tamera Bennett will present Is That Fair (Use)? Third Party Trademarks in Film, Print, Video Games and other Media, at the 2016 State Bar of Texas Advance Intellectual Property Law CLE.