Prager Metis to Co-Sponsor and Present at the 2015 CMJ Music Marathon Entertainment Business Law Seminar- Oct 16

Events | Prager Metis | Sep 02, 2015

Prager Metis CPAs & the New York State Bar Association will be co-sponsoring the Entertainment Business Law Seminar in Association with CMJ Music Marathon 2015.This year’s Entertainment Business Law Seminar will be held on October 16th in NYC. It will focus on The Currency of Music.  New technologies always disrupt the status-quo, and while the music industry is no exception, the recent developments are truly revolutionary.  The value of music — the cultural currency in the artist/fan relationship, the proliferation of technology-based music curators, and the dollars and cents of the music business — is the subject of public discourse and debate, and a new kind of music business is emerging.  This year’s program is designed to bring you up to date on the latest trends and to look ahead to challenges and opportunities in the music business and the applicable law.

During the conference, two of our partners will also be participating in panel discussions. Bruce Kolbrenner will participate in a panel entitled “Blurred Lines or Fuzzy Math: How Did They Come Up With $7.3 Million or was it $5.3 Million?-Damage Calculations in the Music Industry”, and Hal Peterson is participating on a panel entitled “It Takes a Village to Make a Band, Best Practices for Musicians and Their Professional Advisors”. Prager Metis Chris Hull is the Co-Chair of the Entertainment Business Law Seminar

Registration includes:

  • Keynote Speakers
  • Entertainment litigation strategy, copyright, and digital licensing panels, and more
  • CPE Program with 6.0 New York CPE credits available
  • Refreshments and Luncheon

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