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EASL's FALL Meeting

"Caution: Children At Work," What You Need to Know about Child Employment in the Entertainment Industry

Thursday, November 13, 2014 | 4:00pm - 7:30pm with Reception to Follow
Loeb & Loeb LLP| 345 Park Avenue (between 51st & 52nd) | New York, NY 10154-1895

This program is accredited for up to 3.5 MCLE Credit Hours in Professional Practice.

Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section and Labor & Employment Law Section Member Rate: $50.00
NYSBA Member Rate: $90.00
Non-NYSBA Member Rate: $125.00

The glamour and privileges for children in the entertainment industry are historically accompanied by unsafe, inappropriate and abusive working conditions, a lack of proper educational instruction and supervision, and historically, a misappropriation of their earned funds. This fall program will present a panel of speakers, which is scheduled to include, Mark Knox, Esq. of the New York State Department of Labor, Alan Simon and Karin Farrell of On Location Education, Doreen Small, Esq., of Marquart and Small, Avram Morell of Pryor, Cashman LLP., Michael Maizner of Kauff, McGuire and Margolis and Diane Krausz, Esq. The discussion will cover the new regulations that apply to models as well as child performers, education requirements and licensing, general work laws and permits, and court approval procedures pursuant to Article 35.03 of the NYS Arts and Cultural Affairs Law in New York Courts. You will benefit from this program whether you are new to this area of practice or are an experienced attorney looking to compare your knowledge and techniques with those of the faculty members.

This program is co-sponsored by the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section (http://www.nysba.org/Sections/Entertainment_Arts_Sports/Entertainment_Arts___Sports_Law_Section.html) and the Labor and Employment Law Section (http://www.nysba.org/LaborEmployment/) of the New York State Bar Association (http://www.nysba.org/membership/).

For questions about the program please contact Beth Gould: bgould@nysba.org

To register over the phone or to join NYSBA call our State Bar Service Center at 1-800-582-2452

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