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Wednesday, September 28 • 8:30am - 9:30am
What Is Your Digital Legacy?

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National digital rights expert Evan Carroll and Raleigh attorney Jean Carter will offer strategies for transferring your digital assets to your heirs or others. This discussion will address how artists can protect the economic interest in their creative property under these new rules.

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Ron Raxter

Mr. Raxter recently retired after practicing law for almost 40 years.  His practice included advising non-profit arts organizations.  He was a founder of two non-profit arts organizations, the Apple Chill Cloggers and PineCone - the Piedmont Council of Traditional Music.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of PineCone, the Education Committee of the International Bluegrass Music Association and Raleigh’s Local Organizing Committee... Read More →

Speakers
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Evan Carroll

Mr. Carroll is a frequent speaker on all things digital. He has presented to audiences at SXSW Interactive, the Library of Congress, the Internet Archive, DIG South, the American Marketing Association and the Direct Marketing Association. A leader in digital legacy and personal archiving, Evan is author and co-founder at The Digital Beyond and co-author of the book, Your Digital Afterlife: When Facebook, Flickr and Twitter Are Your Estate... Read More →
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Jean Carter

Ms. Carter’s practice focuses on estate planning and administration, tax-exempt organizations and charitable giving. She also regularly handles North Carolina tax matters. She works with families and nonprofit organizations to create workable plans necessary to advance their economic and tax goals. For families this includes assisting with their estate planning and trusts, wealth transfers and estate administration needs. She frequently handles... Read More →


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