His copyright clients include publishers of books and scholarly journals, authors, authors’ and artists’ estates, nonprofit charitable organizations, architects, photographers, filmmakers, software and web site owners and developers, educational institutions, textile manufacturers, and healthcare providers, among others.
Before becoming an intellectual property attorney, Mitch spent ten years as a freelance writer and editor and 14 years as publisher of exhibition and collection catalogues at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. As a publisher and writer, he understands copyright matters from the client’s perspective.
Outside of work, Mitch enjoys several community service commitments, including membership on the boards of the Museum of Durham History and the Durham Literacy Center. He collects 19th- and 20th-century pottery and is the author of several books, including one on pottery. His dog Zena is the world’s best.
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Attorney Mitch Tuchman and Panel Addresses Legal Issues Arising from the Arts Sector's "Pivot" to Online Platforms