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This program was recorded on March 28, 2018
Entertainment Law: An Overview” gives a concise and informative review of what it means to practice entertainment law. The seminar looks at the relevant areas of law that are used in the entertainment industry, with a particular emphasis on intellectual property and securities. The Seminar will also give an overview of typical clients and matters that an Entertainment Law attorney will face in the course of the day-to-day practice of Entertainment Law, including ethical concerns when representing multiple clients in the closed-circle world of entertainment.
Stephen Wade Nebgen
Mr. Nebgen has been practicing entertainment law for over twenty (20) years and been involved in the entertainment industry for over forty (40) years. His clients include film, television and theatre companies, actors/actresses, musicians and many authors and painters. He counsels clients regarding business formation, intellectual property matters in copyright and trademarks, contract negotiations, and other corporate law matters.
Mr. Nebgen is also a professor currently teaching at: (i) the Conservatory of the Recording Arts and Sciences; and, (ii) the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law. He has lectured extensively on Entertainment Law matters at numerous seminars and symposiums.
2 General Credits
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- Entertainment Industry Laws
- Intellectual Property
- Business Formation