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Entertainment Business Law Seminar @ CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival

Friday, October 23, 2009 8:00am – 4:55 pm

NYU, Kimmel Center , Floor 10, Richard L. Rosenthal Pavilion

60 Washington Square South, New York, NY

As part of the sprawling 5-day CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival, CMJ's comprehensive CLE program on Friday, October 23, not only energizes the members of the entertainment business legal community, but also provides an invaluable sounding board for all CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival registrants, no matter their areas of expertise.

This year's event, titled The New Deal: Music and Film in a Brand New Environment is presented along with the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. CLE @ CMJ includes panel discussions and networking sessions hosted by speakers at the center of the industry discussing critical legal topics including Internet start-up litigation, online privacy rights, ethical negotiation practices, the basics of independent filmmaking and future trends in the film and music industries. MCLE-accredited.

CMJ is thrilled to highlight this legal forum with a Keynote Address by John Scher, Co-CEO, Metropolitan Talent, Inc. Beginning his journey in live music presentation at the age of 19, Scher has built a diverse and enormously successful live entertainment company that has challenged conventions of live music performance and distribution.


Information & Registration Details:
www.cmj.com/marathon/cle

Three special discounts on registration for as low as $199.
Register SOON and visit www.cmj.com/marathon/cle for more information.

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