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EASL Fall Program: Anatomy of a Hit Reality TV Series

Anatomy of a Hit TV Reality Show Series, and Other Things We Think You
Should Know

Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Concierge Conference Center
780 Third Avenue(between 48th and 49th)
New York, NY 10022

7.5 MCLE Credits (2.0 in ethics)

Our 2011 annual Fall Program begins with a morning breakfast and two
seminars hosted and inspired by EASL's Young Entertainment Lawyers: the
first will offer an expose of the history of the creation and operation
of one of the most successful reality shows, A&E's "PAWN STARS,"
presented by the actual production team behind the show. Equally
fascinating is the next panel which will discuss the video gaming
industry and the First Amendment challenges currently at issue. The
segment will be presented by a leading author on the subject along with
in-house counsel at one of the most prominent video gaming creators. The
afternoon sessions include an overview of the law in New York regarding
minors, followed by a case-oriented ethics seminar and lively audience
participation. Each of the panels is comprised of some of the most
experienced and respected practitioners in the field.

This full-day program, while geared toward the experienced entertainment
law attorney, will be of interest to attorneys of all disciplines. We
are offering a "morning-only" option for newly admitted lawyers. Please
join us at what is sure to be a "winning deal!"

Tiffany Bardwell
Section Liaison, Department of Section Services
New York State Bar Association
One Elk Street | Albany, New York 12207
518.463.8844 Fax

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