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Why You Should Attend
At the crossroads of the entertainment and technology industries, there lies a challenging yet burgeoning field. A myriad of unexplored possibilities and unrealized financial returns await the resourceful legal practitioner, but accompanying this landscape are provocative complexities and large economic risks. With technology in a constant state of flux and its ramifications an ever a moving target, how ready are you to offer clear and solid guidance to your clients in this environment while avoiding high-stakes gambles?
Are you ready to navigate:
- Multiple judicial tests used to determine liability in a right of publicity case?
- Infringement issues relating to framing and/or embedding image content and dealing with image tracking services and copyright take down notifications?
- Digital video content license and distribution agreements?
- Non-disclosure agreements in sexual harassment matters? How to address sexual harrassment claims? Best practices to prevent claims?
- The fast-paced changes, challenges and considerations involved in licensing music and audio-visual content on various streaming platforms?
- The newly imposed ethical requirements of technological competence when dealing with data breaches?
Stay on top of your practice and join our faculty of experienced in-house lawyers, law firm attorneys, academics and senior business executives on the cutting-edge of this emerging legal landscape as they explore and offer guidance concerning today’s major legal and business issues in the convergence of entertainment and technology.
What You Will Learn
- Learn the technology-related issues in rights of publicity in sports
- Hear best practices to acquire and use visual content and avoid liability for doing so
- Understand the evolution of digital video content distribution
- Recognize and address sexual harassment in the entertainment/technology industries
- Get hot tips to license music, with an emphasis on the digital aspects
- Find out the ethical duties needed when responding to data breaches
- Earn one hour of Ethics credit
Who Should Attend
This program is targeted towards in-house counsel and law firm attorneys who work in or with technology, the Internet, games, news, sports, virtual reality, television, radio, video, film, entertainment, interactive media, and telecommunications; and attorneys who practice in copyright, trademark, licensing, merchandising, advertising and litigation.