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Jul 13, 2021

Hello, Indie Creatives!

In this episode, we have a conversation with Founder and Principle at Rockridge Venture Law, Kevin Christopher. We talk about how to protect your Intellectual Property rights, the rights of the Creative, who owns digital rights and works, suppression of rights in China, and conducting Due Diligence for Film Investors. Enjoy!

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Kevin Christopher is the founder and principal of Rockridge Venture Law®, a B Corp and Real Leaders Top 150 Impact Company. Prior to founding Rockridge®, Kevin led biotech commercialization activities at UC Berkeley and Lawrence Livermore National Lab. As an entrepreneur, he has founded biotech, consumer products, and renewables companies.

Kevin is a Berkeley Form + Fund Fellow, NIH RADx Faculty Member, and Yale Center for Business and Environment Business Leader. He’s a Tennessee Bar Association Leadership Lawyer and Leadership Tennessee alumnus, and board member to several environmental and social impact nonprofits. Kevin has been recognized as a SuperLawyer by Thomson Reuters and Top Business Leader by Conscious Company Magazine.

Kevin is a registered patent attorney, impact investor, and advisor with AgLaunch, Bethesda Green Hub, First Flight Venture Center, and the Nashville Entrepreneur Center. Kevin is a Tennessee county and state commissioner and is pursuing his M.B.A. at Yale University.



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