Cardozo Art Law Society Speaker Series
Edward Klaris will discuss the legal issues surrounding cover art, photographs and cartoons in media.
Edward Klaris is Vice President of Editorial Assets & Rights at Condé Nast Publications, where he is responsible for all copyright and trademark licensing at the company, along with business affairs, business development, brand extensions, international magazines, archives, libraries, and e-commerce. Mr. Klaris was the General Counsel of The New Yorker from 2000 to 2006. Before The New Yorker, he was media counsel at ABC, Inc. from 1997-2000. He started his legal career at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP in New York where he litigated media law and copyright cases. Mr. Klaris graduated from Vassar College, Phi Beta Kappa, and was the editor-in-chief of the Arts & Entertainment Law Journal at Cardozo School of Law, where he earned his J.D. Mr. Klaris is the Chairman of the Board of Pilobolus Dance Theatre.