The Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, in collaboration with the Commercial Theater Institute, will host the annual intensive CLE seminar. The seminar will focus on the roles that theatrical lawyers play in guiding both new and seasoned industry professionals through all of the stages and legal aspects of producing. Led by the top entertainment lawyers in the business, the seminar will start with a discussion of potential conflicts of interest in the industry, and then cover the basics from acquiring rights, investor fundamentals, and engaging the creative team (including a discussion of the contracts with the music staff, including orchestrators, arrangers and music director), as well as specific case studies for examples of successes and challenges met along the way.
This course is approved for up to 7.0 MCLE credit hours in professional practice for New York State Attorneys. This program is non-transitional and therefore not suited for newly-admitted attorneys.
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