ALPMA’s Standard Terms and Conditions for Speakers
1. ABOUT THESE TERMS
1.1 These terms govern your participation as a presenter or speaker in any webinars, seminars or other programs (Sessions) run by the Australasian Legal Practice Management Association (ALPMA).
1.2 By agreeing to be a speaker or presenter at a Session, you are taken to agree to these terms and a binding agreement is formed between ALPMA and you incorporating these terms.
2. YOUR CONTENT
2.1 You retain ownership of all copyright you own in the content that you disclose or present to the audience in the course of a Session (Your Content). This includes, for example, any visual presentation aids or written materials.
2.2 ALPMA will only use Your Content in accordance with these terms or as we otherwise mutually agree in writing.
3. RECORDINGS OF SESSIONS
3.1 You agree that ALPMA may make, or have made for it, audio and/or video recordings of the whole or any part of a Session at which you speak or present (Recordings). You grant ALPMA a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual licence to reproduce Your Content for the purpose of making Recordings.
3.2 You acknowledge that ALPMA owns the copyright in all Recordings. For the avoidance of doubt, this does not affect ownership of copyright in Your Content which remains your property.
4. LIVE STREAMING OF SESSIONS
4.1 If the Session is a webinar, you grant ALPMA a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual licence to use Your Content for the purposes of live-streaming the Session via the internet.
5. ACCESS TO RECORDINGS
5.1 You grant ALPMA a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, perpetual licence to reproduce Your Content for the purpose of ALPMA distributing or providing third parties with access to Recordings via the internet or otherwise, on such terms as ALPMA considers appropriate.
5.2 Unless you notify ALPMA otherwise, ALPMA will endeavour to provide individuals who access Recordings with your photo, a brief profile and your contact details.
5.3 ALPMA reserves the right at any time to delete and/or disable access to any Recordings.
6.1 You warrant that you own or are licensed to use all content that you disclose or present in the course of a Session.
6.2 You warrant that ALPMA’s recording, use and reproduction of content that you disclose or present in the course of a Session will not infringe the intellectual property rights of any person.
7. OTHER TERMS
7.1 You consent to ALPMA collecting, using and disclosing your personal information to the extent reasonably necessary to enable ALPMA to comply with these terms and to take full advantage of the licences granted by you to it under these terms.
7.2 Invalidity of any provisions in these terms does not affect any other provisions.
7.3 These terms are governed by the laws in force in Victoria, Australia and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Victoria, Australia.