CWBA CONVENTION - PHOTO RELEASE
We're glad you're planning to join us for the 41st Annual CWBA Convention, "Wonder Women!," being held May 18-20, 2018 at The Sebastian-Vail in Vail, Colorado.
The 2018 Convention promises to continue our tradition of hosting an exciting, informative, and energizing weekend. Attendees will enjoy a premier venue and Convention activities, programs, and exceptional faculty featuring distinguished local and national speakers, with many opportunities to hear from and interact with colleagues and leaders from the bench and bar.
The Colorado Women’s Bar Association (“CWBA”) has hired a professional photographer to take pictures of its various events and Convention activities. It is our intent to use these photographs to promote the CWBA and its activities. By clicking "yes" on the link in the registration form, you grant to the CWBA the absolute and irrevocable right and permission to use your name, photograph and likeness (the “Likeness”) in eblasts, brochures, newsletters or other publications, and on the CWBA’s websites and social media pages (the “License”). The CWBA may use the Likeness for purposes of promotion, marketing, advertising, trade or illustration of the CWBA. These permissible uses apply anywhere in the world, including on the Internet, and include the right to use, publish, disseminate, and publicly display materials featuring the Likeness, or any material based upon or derived from the Likeness. You understand and agree that you may not be given a chance to inspect or approve any final product, and you hereby waive any such right. You release and discharge the CWBA from any and all claims whatsoever in connection with the use of the Likeness. You acknowledge that you have read this release and are familiar with its contents.
The CWBA strives to use only those photographs that are professional in nature and that accurately reflect the values and ideals of the organization, and takes measures to exclude photographs that an objectively reasonable person would find embarrassing, insulting or otherwise objectionable. In the event you believe that a photograph is used in an objectionable manner, please promptly inform the CWBA, which will investigate the matter.