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Introduction to Entertainment Law

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Live CLE Program & Webcast

www.nysba.org/EntertainmentIntro2018/

American Management Association Executive Conference Center
1601 Broadway at West 48th Street
New York, NY 10019

Program Co-Chairs
Diane Krausz, Esq.| Diane Krausz & Associates
Stephen B. Rodner, Esq. | Pryor Cashman LLP
Rosemarie Tully, Esq. | Rosemarie Tully, P.C.

EASL Section Chair
Barry Skidelsky, Esq. | Barry Skidelsky Law Office

Sponsored by the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association.

6.0 MCLE Credits: 4.0 Areas of Professional Practice, 2.0 Skills

NYSBA Member: $195 | Non-Member: $295
Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section Member: $145
Lunch Included in Registration Fee.

Agenda Topics

· Immigration Issues for Foreign Talent
Kimberly N. Grant, Esq. | Pryor Cashman LLP

· Overview of Music Law Basics
Joyce Syndee Dollinger, Esq. | Alter, Kendrick & Baron
Rosemarie Tully, Esq. | Rosemarie Tully, P.C.

· Practical Skills to Succeed in Entertainment Law
Cheryl Davis, Esq., | The Authors Guild, Inc.
Oliver Herzfeld, Esq. | Beanstalk Group
Louise Firestone, Esq. | LVMH

· Life Story Rights - How the Deals are Made in Film, Television, Theater and Beyond
Stephen B. Rodner, Esq. | Pryor Cashman LLP

· Anatomy of a Film Production Deal
Robert Seigel, Esq. | The Law Office of Robert L. Seigel

· Trending Issues in Sports Law
Emma Barnett, Esq. | Madison Square Garden Company
Eric Fisher, Esq. | Madison Square Garden Company

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