The Music Biz Entertainment & Technology Law Conference Series has earned the reputation of offering attendees an afternoon of informative and entertaining discussions around topics at the intersection of the entertainment and technology industries. Their March 19th event will be no different.
When: Wednesday, March 19, 2014, 1-5:30 PM
Where: Office of Greenberg Traurig, MetLife Building, 200 Park Ave, New York City
“The Conference provided great insight on emerging issues that will continue to shape the industry. Very informative, empowering and entertaining.”
Join NARM for a discussion on recent ASCAP and BMI court decisions; copyright reform legislation; international music licensing; and royalty-setting cases.
All-or-Nothing: Recent ASCAP and BMI Court Decisions and their Impact on Songwriters, Publishers, PROs and Licensees
Ben Allison, Songwriter/Performer
Stuart Rosen, BMI
Frank Scibilia, Pryor Cashman *Ken Steinthal, King & Spalding
Copyright Reform Legislation: The Register’s Proposals and Reactions from Stakeholders
Fred Cannon, Creative and Dreams Music Network
Jacqueline Charlesworth, U.S. Copyright Office
Eric Schwartz, Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp
International Licensing of Music: From BC to AD (From Before the Change to After Digital) – presented by the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers
James Kendrick, Alter & Kendrick
Adrienn Korancsi, Artist Manager, Bliss Business Solutions
Jeff Liebenson, Liebenson Law, International Association of Entertainment Lawyers
Litigation Update: Aereo, YouTube and Another Internet Radio Royalty-Setting Case
Karyn Ablin, Wiley Rein
Tom Lane, Winston & Strawn
Mary Rasenberger, Cowan DeBaets Abrahams & Sheppard LLP
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Members get a special $50 discount!
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Registration rates start at $179 for members and $229 for non-members.
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