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Penn Law Sports Law Symposium

On Friday, February 13th, the University of Pennsylvania Law School Entertainment and Sports Law Society (ESLS) and the Heisman Trust are presenting the Penn Law Sports Law Symposium.

This year, the symposium will address the intersection of the sports and entertainment industries in relation to business and law. As currently planned, the symposium will be composed of three panels:

1) Broadcasting & Media Rights: Negotiations Between Professional Sports Leagues/Teams and Television Networks
2) The Emergence of Conglomerate Sports Agencies Including those with an Entertainment Representation Component
3) Challenges of Managing Facilities and Entities with a Cross-Appeal Between Sports and Entertainment

Adam Schefter, ESPN NFL Insider, will be delivering the keynote address. The event will also feature more of the top names in the sports and entertainment industries, including: Executive VP of Business for Major League Baseball Tim Brosnan, Founder/President of Octagon Phil de Picciotto, Executive VP of Corporate Strategy and General Counsel for Fenway Sports Group Ed Weiss, and CEO of Relativity Sports Happy Walters, among many other extremely well respected practitioners and academics.

Attorneys will be able to obtain 5.0 CLE credits for New York State.

Tickets can be purchased at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-penn-law-sports-law-symposium-presented-by-the-heisman-trust-tickets-15388311855

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