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Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section Fall Meeting

Thursday, October 17, 2019

2:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Program (3.5 hours of CLE credit, professional practice)

5:00 - 6:00 p.m. - Networking Reception

co-sponsored by and to take place at UBS, 200 Park Avenue (Met Life Building at Grand Central), 18th floor

To Register: http://www.nysba.org/store/events/registration.aspx?event=EASLFA19


Money In, Money Out
Deal Terms and Waterfalls

Top business and legal experts will discuss and share practical insights into how today's deals are evaluated, structured and financed across multiple sectors of entertainment and media.

Learn how lenders, investors, and advisors make investment decisions and negotiate key deal terms using various combinations of public and private equity and debt, among other means, to finance creative talent and their projects in film, tv, theatre, music, video games, and more.

Corporate and commercial considerations, including securities regulation and compliance, will also be addressed. Networking reception to follow program.

Program and Reception Fee: EASL Members $50 | NYSBA Members $75 | Non-members $100

*Law Students may join NYSBA/EASL for free & attend this event for $40

Topics and Speakers:

Welcome, UBS Capabilities and Securities Based Lending

William Farrell, First VP, UBS Wealth Management

Austin Hunter, UBS Business Development Group

Adam Guralinck, Associate Director, UBS Banking

General Corporate and Securities Law Considerations

Barry Skidelsky, Esq., Law Offices of Barry Skidelsky

Ruth Jin, Esq., Jin & Koppell, PLLC

Motion Pictures and Interactive Entertainment

Ezra Doner, Esq., Law Office of Ezra Doner

Roger Gregory, Director Strategic Planning & Finance, FilmNation

Daniel Emerson, Esq., EVP & General Counsel, Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.


Joseph Serling, Esq., Serling Rooks Hunter McKoy Worob & Averill LLP

Robert Faulstich, Esq., Director, Business and Legal Affairs, Epic Records


Jason Baruch, Esq., Sendroff & Baruch, LLP

Steven Baruch, President, Scorpio Entertainment

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