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November 19, 2020

Time: 2:30 p.m. PST

Catalogue Valuation Panel

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Reservation Cutoff: November 19, 2020

Registration Not Open At This Time

Panelists

Denise Colletta
City National Bank

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Moderators

Erin M. Jacobson, Esq.
Attorney & LA Chapter Board Member

David Weitzman
Partner, Primary Wave Music Publishing & LA Chapter Secretary

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via Zoom (details emailed to registrants)

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Entrees:
n/a (Cutoff: December 31, 1969)

Cost:
AIMP Members - $0.00 per person
AIMP Non-Members - $5.00 per person

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Attention attorneys: this activity is approved for 1.0 hour of Minimum Continuing Legal Education Credit by the State Bar of California.  During the webinar you will be polled and asked to supply your bar number for our attendance records, and your email address so we can send you a certificate once the webinar has concluded.  

Additional Speaker Information

Erin M. Jacobson, Esq. is an experienced deal negotiator and a seasoned advisor of intellectual property rights who protects artists, songwriters, music publishers, and other music professionals. Her clients include Grammy and Emmy Award winners, independent artists and companies, and distinguished legacy catalogues, as her knowledge of both classic music and current industry practices places her in a unique position to protect and revitalize older catalogues. She handles all types of music industry agreements, with an emphasis on music publishing. Ms. Jacobson has been named as one of the “Top Music Lawyers” by Billboard, as well as a Super Lawyers Rising Star and one of the Top Women Attorneys in Southern California. In addition, Ms. Jacobson is a frequent author and speaker, and has been featured in publications including Billboard and Forbes. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP). For more information, visit www.themusicindustrylawyer.com.

David Weitzman began his music business career in the ’90s, working with record labels such as Rick Rubin’s American Recordings, iconic punk label, Epitaph Records, Sublime’s Skunk Records and infamous Red Ant Records, Covering both A&R and radio promotion, he worked with platinum artists including Sublime, Rancid, The Black Crowes, Sir Mix a Lot, Ozzy Osbourne and Love & Rockets Weitzman transitioned to digital distributor eMusic during the dotcom boom of the late ’90s where he signed up independent labels and artists to exclusive digital distribution deals. After eMusic, he music-supervised projects including MTV hits, Jackass, Wildboyz, Rob & Big, and Run’s House. He then moved into music publishing and asset acquisition at Canada-born indie music publisher, ole, At ole, Weitzman signed super producer, Timbaland, for catalog and futures, as well as leading the acquisition of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s music publishing assets. In addition, under Weitzman’s watch, ole acquired the production music library, Jingle Punks, and acquired RedOne’s 2101 Songs catalog.

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