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Why You Should Attend
Digital and traditional media and communications lawyers must respond to new challenges arising from rapidly developing areas in First Amendment, privacy, intellectual property, newsgathering, reporter’s privilege, access, international media, and new this year-- AI law. An expert faculty of law firm practitioners, in-house counsel, academics, and journalists will delve into these issues and provide a comprehensive, “one-stop shop,” where attendees will receive the legal, strategic and practical knowledge needed to keep on top of this changing field.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Describe recent developments in electronic media regulation
- Identify key media-specific First Amendment issues highlighted in recent Supreme Court decisions
- Outline legislative, judicial, and regulatory developments in data protection and privacy
- Explain how current reporter’s privilege and newsgathering liability issues are impacting reporting
- Describe the significance of recent intellectual property decisions
- Explain current issues in Lanham Act, right of publicity law and commercial speech
- Identify how AI is impacting the practice of media law
- Describe recent developments in Section 230
- Explain challenges presented in international media reporting
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for firm attorneys, in-house counsel and other professionals who practice in the fields of media and telecommunications, corporate compliance, privacy, and First Amendment law.
- Attendee luncheon on the first day of the program
- Engaging hypotheticals will present unique ethical situations that arise in the practice of media law. Earn one hour of Ethics credit.
Program Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: An interest in media and communications law issues.
Advanced Preparation: None