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Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 – Overview of Entertainment Law Issues; Television, Video & User-Generated Content; Media's Transformation – OTTs, MCNs & Mobile-Driven Video; Theater

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From the program: Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 – Overview of Entertainment Law Issues; Television, Video & User-Generated Content; Media's Transformation – OTTs, MCNs & Mobile-Driven Video; Theater

Released on: Mar. 8, 2017

Experienced entertainment attorneys and business executives will discuss legal, financial, business, and ethical issues in the practice of entertainment law, with a focus on new methods of delivery. Overview of Entertainment Law Issues; Television, Video & User-Generated Content; Media's Transformation – OTTs, MCNs & Mobile-Driven Video; Theater The first session will address high-level issues in entertainment industry transactions, ...

Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Book Publishing; Current Developments in Entertainment and Sports Litigation; Film

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From the program: Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Book Publishing; Current Developments in Entertainment and Sports Litigation; Film

Released on: Mar. 8, 2017

Experienced entertainment attorneys and business executives will discuss legal, financial, business, and ethical issues in the practice of entertainment law, with a focus on new methods of delivery. Book Publishing; Current Developments in Entertainment and Sports Litigation; Film The program will provide an overview of book publishing agreements and current developments in the publishing industry, followed by trends and hot topics in sports, ...

Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Sound Recordings; Music Publishing

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From the program: Counseling Clients in the Entertainment Industry 2017 - Sound Recordings; Music Publishing

Released on: Mar. 15, 2017

Experienced entertainment attorneys and business executives will discuss legal, financial, business, and ethical issues in the practice of entertainment law, with a focus on new methods of delivery. The first session will be geared toward a basic understanding of an artist-record company agreement with a mock negotiation as the format, and will address current issues and trends in the record industry including digital distribution of sound ...

Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2017

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From the program: Broadband and Cable Industry Law 2017

Released on: Apr. 12, 2017

In this renowned program, hear cutting-edge analysis of federal initiatives and FCC regulations. Plus examine the latest negotiation trends, current case law, and the latest technology forecasts. Join the country’s leading outside and in-house counsel representing cable operators, cable programmers, municipalities, and online service providers — and the regulators themselves — to gain an understanding of what has transpired ...

Privacy and Cybersecurity Update

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

TARA M. CORVO: Good morning and welcome to day two of our broadband and cable industry law conference. This morning our first panel is on privacy and cybersecurity issues. I'd like to introduce our first panel. To my far left is Loretta Polk, Loretta is vice president and associate general counsel of NCTA, The Internet and Television Association. She has over 25 years of experience representing the cable industry on a wide variety of legal, regulatory, ...

Competitive Telecom Issues

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

MARKHAM C ERICKSON: OK, good morning, everyone. We are here. We are at the last session of our two-day seminar. And last, but not least, we are going to address competitive telecom issues, which really aren't about mergers or propose acquisitions, although that can play into this space. But rather, about what's been known as special access or, more recently, business data services. There's been an incredible amount of activity over 10 years on this. ...

New Technologies’ Intersection with FCC Rules

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

TARA M. CORVO: Our first panel this afternoon is on the intersection of technology and FCC rules. I'd like to introduce our panel. To my farthest left, is Gerry Waldron. Gerry is a partner at Covington and Burling, and represents a range of technology companies, online, social, and media companies, and other communications clients, on matters before the FCC and Congress. Next to Gerry is Mike Nilsson. Mike is a partner with the law firm of Harris, ...

Lessons Learned From Recent Proposed Industry Mergers

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Recorded on: Apr. 5, 2017

MARKHAM C. ERICKSON: Good morning. I'll say "good morning" as some of you are finding your seats, coming in from break. Today we are privileged to have on our next panel, which is called "Lessons Learned from Recent Proposed Industry Mergers," three lawyers who have been involved in some of the biggest merger transactions in the cable and broadband sectors. Their full bios are in your materials. I encourage you to take a look at those. Jon Sallet, ...

Net Neutrality Redux

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Recorded on: Sep. 6, 2017

Taken from the briefing Net Neutrality Redux recorded September 2017 in New York. Net neutrality is once again back in the news, with the Federal Communications Commission proposing to reverse the classification of broadband internet access service as a common carrier service and to roll back many of the Open Internet rules that were upheld last year by the D.C. Circuit. More than 10 million comments have been filed so far on the Commission’s ...

Net Neutrality Redux

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Recorded on: Sep. 6, 2017

AMY TAUB: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Alexei Maltas. ALEXANDER MALTAS: Thanks, Amy. We're here to talk about net neutrality for the next hour, and the pending rulemaking proceeding at the FCC. I think this is the eighth year in a row where we have had either a pending rulemaking proceeding at the FCC or a pending judicial challenge to a rulemaking proceeding on net neutrality, so this is not the first time this has come around. We're ...

Online Platforms 2017: Hot Topics in Liability & Social Responsibility

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From the program: Online Platforms 2017: Hot Topics in Liability & Social Responsibility

Released on: Nov. 6, 2017

The Internet and networked technologies have spawned many new business models that arise from empowering consumers and satisfying their desires, providing products or services that bring individuals and businesses together in new marketplaces, shaking up old industries and networks, and creating new business opportunities and challenges. New technologies and online platforms are changing our lives, economy, and society in dramatic ways. This program ...

Communications Law in the Digital Age 2017

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From the program: Communications Law in the Digital Age 2017

Released on: Nov. 17, 2017

Media and communications law is continuing to evolve in response to new challenges and the rise of digital and social media. The areas of First Amendment, privacy, intellectual property, newsgathering and reporter’s privilege law are changing rapidly. The Trump administration’s initiatives in these and other areas are also affecting  advice to clients.  The expert faculty of law firm practitioners, in-house counsel, government ...

Defamation and Related Claims

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

LEE LEVINE: All right, we're going to get started on the defamation panel. Before we begin, I want everyone to know that the new 5th edition of Sack on Defamation, Libel, Slander, and Related Problems is now out. Given what we're going to be-- and it's two volumes. I can't lift both of them at the same time. But given what we're going to be talking about on this panel, and what Paul Steiger talked about on the last presentation, it's fair to say that ...

Right of Publicity and Related Claims

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

JEREMY FEIGELSON: OK. Good afternoon, everybody. I'm your other co-chair, Jeremy Feigelson. It's nice to be with you. Thank you for being here. And it's a pleasure to introduce our keynoter for the Right of Publicity panel. Kelli Sager is a very familiar and very welcome returner as our keynoter. She's been doing this for a number of years. Kelli is a partner in Davis Wright Tremaine's Los Angeles office, has decades of experience representing all ...

Intellectual Property Law

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

JEFFREY CUNARD: Good afternoon, everyone. I'm Jeff Cunard, one of the co-chairs of the program. Welcome back from lunch. We're now going to start the intellectual property law panel, and I'm going to introduce the speaker and panelists. Starting from my far left, I have the great pleasure of introducing Bruce Keller, who's here as an assistant US attorney in the District of New Jersey, where he has worked on a wide range of matters involving political ...

First Amendment Jurisprudence

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

LEE LEVINE: OK. Welcome to First Amendment Jurisprudence 2017. We've got a great panel as always. We're going to start with some opening overview remarks. And I will introduce Paul Smith who is going to give them to you. And then I'll introduce the rest of the panel when we finish that and get into the discussion. Paul has had a change of status since last we all met. He is now a Visiting Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center and ...

Newsgathering and Privacy Liability

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

LEE LEVINE: All right, if everybody could get seated we're going to start. A couple of announcements first. You all have access on your iPads to evaluation forms. If you could please, before the end of the day, fill out the evaluation forms we would greatly appreciate it. I know every moderator of every program you've ever gone to has said that we really do pay attention to what you say in these things, but we really do. We go over them very carefully ...

Special Topics: Fake News, Section 230 and Commercial Speech

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

JEREMY FEIGELSON: Thanks, [? Sima, ?] and thanks everybody for hanging into the end here on Friday afternoon. I'll just echo very strongly [? Sima's ?] comment about the feedback. Please do take a couple of minutes to complete those evaluations. We study them very, very closely. We take the feedback very seriously and we always make adjustments to the program year to year based on what you tell us. So thank you in advance for your thoughtful comments. And ...

Access

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

LEE LEVINE: A bit of housekeeping as we get started here. There will be no break after this session and before the next one on right of publicity, so please keep your seats. The panelists on this panel will exit stage left and the ones on the next panel will enter stage right, and we'll do that very quickly so please don't get up or mill around between the end of this panel and the beginning of the next one. Welcome to the Law of Access panel. We ...

Electronic Media Regulation

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

JEFFREY P. CUNARD: --specifically. But because FCC matters and what happens in Washington is so important for the communications law sector, we've decided now for many, many years to have this be the first panel of the program. And without any further ado, let me introduce the speaker and our panelists, a distinguished group if there ever was one. So I also need to thank most of my friends here who are here for more than one time, more than two times, ...

Legal Ethics for Media Lawyers: Current Issues

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

SPEAKER 1: May I invite everyone to come back into the room and take your seats. My task for this panel is particularly brief, because all I'm going to do is introduce the moderator, and he'll introduce the panelists. So we're delighted to welcome back, as our moderator, Len Neihoff, who's of counsel at the Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn firm in Michigan. But he's also professor from practice at the University of Michigan Law School, where he teaches ...

Reporter’s Privilege and Anonymous Speech

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

LEE LEVINE: Do at least a little introduction of our principal speaker. She is Karen Kaiser. She is the senior vise president, general counsel, and corporate secretary of the Associated Press. She will be giving our overview talk. I need to commend her for her courage in doing this. She's been not feeling well the last few days and woke up this morning with no voice. She now has recovered, at least some of her voice and has demanded that she soldier ...

Global Privacy and Data Protection

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Recorded on: Nov. 13, 2017

JEREMY FEIGELSON: Good morning everybody, and welcome back. Time for Global Privacy and Data Protection. And it's a pleasure and a privilege to welcome back as our keynote speaker for this session, Jane Kirtley. Jane, familiar to many of you, is the Silha Professor of Media Ethics and Law at the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota. Director of the Silha Center for the Study of Media Ethics and an affiliate ...

Net Neutrality Swings Back to the Future

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Recorded on: Jan. 16, 2018

Taken from the audio only One-Hour Briefing Recorded January 2018 in New York Net Neutrality Swings Back to the Future [01:05:48] Now that the dust has settled, what’s expected next following the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to reverse the classification of broadband internet access service as a common carrier service and to roll back most of the Open Internet rules?  Consumer advocates, Internet Service Providers, ...

TCPA Update 2018: Current Compliance Challenges for Companies

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Recorded on: Feb. 6, 2018

Taken from the One-Hour Briefing Recorded February 2018 in New York TCPA Update 2018: Current Compliance Challenges for Companies [01:07:03] Since going into effect just over two years ago, many courts have addressed the thorny issues presented by the FCC’s July 2015 Declaratory Ruling and Order on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act with various and sometimes conflicting results. These holdings present challenges for companies in all ...


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