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92 minutes
Art Law 101: Consignment Agreements
This seminar will provide an overview of the issues applicable to art consignments, including issues of agency, security interests, fiduciary duties, and warranties.

American Bar Association

$115

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63 minutes
Celebrity Licensing
When is a celebrity a brand? Learn the dos and don't of developing brand status through licensing.

American Bar Association

$75

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90 minutes
Music Industry Law 101: Legal Issues You and Your Client Should Recognize
Every artist has legal issues to worry about and every artist has a right to protect their creative investments. This course is geared toward entertainment attorneys who wish to provide the legal assistance regarding contracts, intellectual property rights,and fair use.

American Bar Association

$115

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87 minutes
The Benefits of Licensing & Understanding and Mitigating the Risks
Trademark licensing is so much more than understanding trademark law and how to draft a strong contract – both important. This webinar will explore how brand licensing can be an effective brand messaging and communications tool for your clients.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
Famous and Furious: Beer, Video Games, and Fantasy Sports vs. Celebrity Likeness
Join our panel as they review recent and important cases addressing publicity rights of celebrities.

American Bar Association

$115

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92 minutes
Ad Disclosures: FTC Best Practices for Brands & Social Media Influencers
This program will provide best practices for counseling brand or social media influencer clients to disclose paid promotions, discounts, coupons, sweepstakes, affiliate links, free products, or anything of value in exchange for a review, post, or endorsement.

American Bar Association

$115

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91 minutes
Read the Writing on the Wall: Street Art and Real Property Rights in the 5Pointz Era
This program provides an overview of the fundamental intellectual property rights related to street art, or graffiti, and the corresponding property rights of the building owner. Specifically, faculty will explore the copyright, visual artists' rights and property rights issues related to street art, and the 5Pointz ruling, which awarded $6.75 million to a group of graffiti artists for the white-washing and eventual demolition of their work by the building owner.

American Bar Association

$115

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90 minutes
Securing the Rights: Step One for Film, Television and Theater Production
The entertainment media are (and have always been) highly adaptive of prior works. Film and television productions are routinely based upon works of literary fiction, and stage plays (especially musicals) are inspired by classic films and television properties, literary works, comic strips, and graphic novels. Work on any adapted property, regardless of the intended medium, typically begins with getting the rights—securing the all-important ability to create a derivative work that usually translates the pre-existing copyrighted work into a new medium.

American Bar Association

$115

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95 minutes
Breaking Down Song Splits
This panel, joined by a nationally recognized band attorney (and musician in his own right), will discuss the elements of a song and the process of songwriting in a collaborative environment. They will provide valuable guidance on preparing song splits and other song revenue-sharing agreements that recognize and capture the value of each songwriter's contribution.

American Bar Association

$115

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