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Tune in to this continuing education video webcast provided by the National Business Institute.
This webinar will feature Hellmuth & Johnson attorney, Russell Spence, Jr. “Mick”.
Music * Film * Writer and Book Publishing * Television and Video
Do you want to get the fundamentals of entertainment law down? Are you familiar with the latest trends, hot-button issues and recent case law? Do you wish you had a more thorough understanding of copyright law and how it impacts intellectual property issues in writer and book publishing? And how does an attorney best assist in making a song go from a writer’s creation to a digital product? Get answers to these questions and more at this fast-paced seminar that looks at the inside workings of the entertainment industry. Register today!
- Get top industry trends, hot-button issues and great case law.
- Review sample film, television and video contracts and identify top provision pitfalls.
- Identify trademark, copyright, and licensing matters.
- Examine real-world director, screenplay, production agreements and producer contracts.
- Distribution agreements: what must be included? Find out!
- Negotiate actor agreements and avoid top legal obstacles.
- Assess writer and book publishing issues, including copyright and royalty issues and key contract clauses.
- Evaluate how to best handle trademark, copyright, and licensing matters and royalty issues.
- Create concrete music industry agreements.
- What does copyright protect vs. not protect? Find out!
- Learn how to best manage work for hire, fair use and joint ownership issues.
- Industry Trends, Hot-Button Issues and Case Law
- Film, Television and Video Contracts and Legal Consideration
- Negotiating Actor Agreements (Avoiding Top Legal Obstacles)
- Writer and Book Publishing: Copyright, Royalty Issues and Key Contract Clauses
- Music Industry Agreements, Licensing Issues and Trademark (and Issues)
- Ethical Considerations in the Industry
- Work For Hire, Fair Use and Joint Ownership Issues
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.