Intermission Is Over: How Broadway And The West End Fared COVID-19
Join West End theatre attorney Neil Adleman from Harbottle & Lewis LLP and Broadway theater attorney Jason Baruch from Sendroff & Baruch LLP on Wednesday, October 27 at Noon EDT for a virtual conversation about the industry’s resurrection on both sides of the Atlantic.
Neil and Jason will compare and contrast the relaunch of live stage productions in both markets, including vaccine mandates and other Covid-19 protocols, government relief programs and tax incentives, insurance coverage experiences, adjustments in contractual provisions such as force majeure and indemnification clauses, the impact of the Black Lives Matter and EDI movements on Broadway and the West End, the state of the (collective bargaining) unions here and there, a comparison of the current touring market in the U.S. and U.K., and the general costs and risks of producing theater in a post-Covid world.
This program approved for up to 1.5 credit hours, in the area of professional practice for experienced attorneys only. This program will not qualify for newly admitted attorneys because it is not a basic practical skills program.
- October 27, 2021
- 12:00 PM
- 1:30 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Neil Adleman, Esq., Speaker, Harbottle & Lewis LLP
- Jason P. Baruch, Esq., Speaker;Co-Chair, Sendroff & Baruch LLP; Co-Chair, Theatre and Performing Arts Committee
- Kathy Kim, Esq., Co-Chair, Co-Chair, Theatre and Performing Arts Committee
- Diane Krausz, Esq., Co-Chair, Co-Chair, Theatre and Performing Arts Committee
- Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section
- Committee on Continuing Legal Education