Media & Events
Joy Butler often shares her knowledge of intellectual property, business and media law as a speaker, blogger, author, and as a quoted source for broadcast and print journalists. This is a list of Ms. Butler’s published books, social media presence, quotes in media, selected radio broadcasts, and selected podcast interviews. (Note: The links to media in which Joy Butler appears are external links which may eventually expire. Please report any dead links here.)
Books Written by Joy Butler
- The Cyber Citizen’s Guide Through the Legal Jungle: Internet Law for Your Professional Online Presence
- The Permission Seeker’s Guide Through the Legal Jungle: Clearing Copyrights, Trademarks and Other Rights for Entertainment and Media Productions
- Forthcoming book on contest and sweepstakes law
Joy Butler’s Blogs and Social Media
Joy Butler blogs about media and entertainment business issues at GuideThroughtheLegalJungleblog.com. She blogs about business matters at BusinessTransactionsblog.com On Twitter, you can follow her tweets about intellectual property, media, and entertainment via @LegalJungle and tweets about privacy and business matters via @JoyButler.
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Quoted in Print and Digital Media
- SiteProNews (Breaking Tech, Social Media and Search Engine News), “Can You Sue Your SEO for Black Hat Tactics? It’s a Gray Area.“, by Katherine Katow, August 6, 2013.
- PR Week Ebook, “Eye on the Prize: How Brands are Winning with Social Media Contests and Sweepstakes“, by Tanya Lewis, April 30, 2013.
- Techhive, “What Are Your Rights as a Photographer?“, by Dave Johnson, April 13, 2013.
- Bankrate.com, “How to Avoid Copyright Infringement“, by Sonya Stinson, February 27, 2013.
- MSN Money, “7 Worst Social Media Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)“, by Joanna L. Krotz, October 29, 2012.
- NFIB website, “Dos and Don’ts of Music Licensing for Small Business Owners“, October 2012.
- The New York Times, “Can This Company Recover from a Cyberattack?“, by Darren Dahl, August 22, 2012.
- Mediabistro, “4 Reasons Journalists Should Use the Cloud“, by Joel Schwartzberg, May 22, 2012.
- CIO, “Google Drive begs the question: Who owns your data in the Cloud?“, by John Brandon, May 3, 2012.
- National Jeweler Blog, “Facebook and the dangers of ‘TMI’“, by Michelle Graff, May 1, 2012.
- Children’s Writer, “Permissions What You Need to Know“, by Mike Haverstock, April 2012.
- NBC Chicago, “Evanston Bakery, Ex-Baker Settle Lawsuit“, by David Wolinsky, April 18, 2012.
- Mini-Storage Messenger, “The Legalities of Social Media Not as Clear as You Might Think” by Kerri Fivecoat- Campbell, April 2012.
- Food & Nutrition (Magazine of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics), “Social Media Disclosure: The Ethics of Reviews and Recommendations” by Matt Alderton, February 5, 2012.
- Concord Independent Tribune, “Internet Station Fills Void for Local Radio Coverage” by Michael Knox, November 18, 2011.
- San Diego Union-Tribune Newspaper, “Can Smart Phones Get Attuned to Your Moods“, by Gary Robbins, September 26, 2011.
- IT Tech News Daily, “The Art of the Deal: Negotiating Your Next Tech Contract“, by Kim Ann Zimmermann, September 13, 2011.
- Las Vegas Sun, “Righthaven settles 2 lawsuits over R-J story copyrights“, by Steve Green, September 13, 2010.
- Your Security Resource, “5 Steps to Secure Your E-Signature“, by Kim Boatman, June 2010.
- Inc. Magazine, “Mobile E-signatures for Legal Deals on the Go“, by Kim Boatman, May 10, 2010.
- The Work Buzz, “Social Media Guidelines in Your Job Search and Workplace“, by Anthony Balderrama, May 20, 2010.
- Tech News World, “Spying in the Workplace: Big Money?” by Jack M. Germain, July 19, 2007.
- The Associated Press, “Stealing inside the blogosphere”, by Derrik J. Lang, March 21, 2006.
- American Medical News, “Choosing a Business Structure for Your Medical Practice”, by Katie Vogt, February 27, 2006.
- Forbes, “Supersize Your Company“, by Tom Taulli, November 2, 2005.
- Orlando Sentinel, “Arrest raises issues about obscenity, local standards”, by Amy L. Edwards, October 17, 2005.
- The Motley Fool, “Hershey Bites Back” by Tom Taulli, December 21, 2005.
- Gannett News Service, “Betrayal can become an ugly but educational part of partnerships”, by Andrea Kay, November 11, 2005.
Selected Radio Interviews
- Daybreak USA, Syndicated Show (USA Radio Network).
- KGO, Michael Finney Show, San Francisco, CA
- WBAL, Afternoon News Journal, Baltimore, MD
- WNAV, Morning Show, Annapolis, MD
- KXYL, Brownwood, TX
- WNZF, Cover to Cover, Bunnell, FL,
Selected Podcast Interviews and Webinars
- Business Fitness Radio with Tom Perkins, “Video and Book Production Legal Issues“
- StartUp Bizcast with Steve Mullen, “What Happens When Business Partnerships Go Bad?“
- One Minute How-To Challenge with George Smyth, “How To Avoid Defaming Anyone In Your Writing“.
- One Minute How-To Challenge with George Smyth, “How To Determine If Creative Material Is Public Domain Or Copyright-Protected“.
- One Minute How-To Challenge with George Smyth, “How to Choose a Trouble-Free Domain Name“.