Local Lawyer To Guest Speak On How Communicators And Creatives Can Stay Out Of Legal Hot Water

Friday, April 27, 2018
Autumn Witt Boyd
Autumn Witt Boyd

The Public Relations Society of America Lookout Chapter welcomes Autumn Witt Boyd of The Law Office of Autumn Witt Boyd PLLC as the Wednesday luncheon speaker. This event is open to anyone interested in learning best practices for negotiating contracts, navigating social media issues, using content the legal way, working with freelancers or understanding copyright and trademark issues.

With over a decade of experience as a lawyer in the intellectual property arena, Ms. Boyd is an expert in helping online and e-commerce companies understand, protect and enforce their copyright and trademark rights.

In her free time, Ms. Boyd hosts the Legal Road Map podcast, which teaches business owners about the legal issues they may face as they grow a profitable and sustainable business, why they are important, and how others in their shoes have handled them. She lives in Chattanooga with her husband Dave, twin boys Sam and Tyson, and daughter Vivian.

The luncheon will take place on Wednesday, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Mountain City Club. Membership in PRSA Lookout Chapter is not required to attend, but tickets are limited. Reserve online at https://bit.ly/2Hup8JM.

The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is the trade association for public relations and communication professionals. The Lookout Chapter presents a luncheon once a month where members and non-members can network and learn from guest speakers. The meetings are open to non-members and are valuable not only to public relations specialists but also to all communication, advertising, marketing, media and business professionals interested in learning how to maintain their brand in the evolving marketing and communications landscape.


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