Busy TAA People: Stephen E. Gillen
TAA Council Member Stephen E. Gillen, an intellectual property attorney at Wood Herron & Evans, has been elected to the firm’s three-member Executive Committee.
Gillen joined the firm as a partner in 2010. He counsels clients in publishing and entertainment transactions and disputes, Internet issues, advertising law, computer law, copyrights, and related matters. His clients have included publishers, authors, artists, photographers, videographers, independent producers, Internet service providers, multimedia developers, and software programmers from Maine to California.
He is a lifelong Cincinnatian who now lives in Columbia Tusculum. In addition to his practice and service on several non-profit boards, Gillen serves as an adjunct assistant professor of electronic media law in the E-Media Division at UC’s College Conservatory of Music and in the Electronic Media Communications Department on its Blue Ash Campus. He is also author of Guide to Textbook Publishing Contracts and Guide to Rights Clearance & Permissions, and co-author of Writing and Developing Your College Textbook: A Comprehensive Guide, all published by the Textbook & Academic Authors Association.