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May 9, 2011


Los Angeles NARM Entertainment & Law Technology Conference

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NARM Music Business Convention
Los Angeles Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel
May 9 Through 12, 2011

 

The Eminem royalties dispute, “rogue websites” legislation and copyright reform efforts will highlight the final event of NARM’s Spring 2011 Entertainment & Technology Law Conference series, which takes place on Thursday, May 12 during the annual NARM Convention at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza. These sessions feature discussions, topics, and speakers that intersect technology, copyright and law issues that are at the forefront of the entertainment industry. 
 
The Entertainment & Technology Law Conference is open to both NARM members and non-members, with a special rate for students. Four continuing legal education (CLE) credits are available for participants. Register onlineEarly bird registration for the Law Conference ends April 21, with discounts of up to 40% off regular rates. Regular rates are $249 for Members, $299 for Non-Members, and $69 for students.  AIMP members can take advantage of a $50 discount; log in to get your discount code !!

May 12th, 1:00-5:30pm
 

Preliminary Agenda:

  • Networking Lunch Sponsored by Ballard Spahr Noon -1pm
  • Rogue Website Legislation and the Future of Anti-Piracy Efforts
  • Rights, Royalties, Sales and Licenses:  Is the Eminem Verdict the First of Many?
  • Is Europe Driving Global Copyright Reform?  A Discussion of the European Commission's Attention to Music Publishing and WIPO's Focus on a Global Copyright Database.
     

Mark your calendar and be sure to take advantage of our early bird registration opportunities by April 21st. For more information or to register, click here. 
 

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