Introduction To Entertainment Law (2016)
Total Credits: 6.0 (Professional Practice 5.0, Ethics 1.0)
Entertainment Law often requires practitioners to draw on contract drafting skills and a working knowledge of intellectual property law, especially copyright and trademark basics. Incorporating an innovative multidimensional project approach, a distinguished faculty will walk you through a core hypothetical incorporating real-life practice situations encountered by entertainment lawyers when representing clients in the areas of Film, Television and Theatre. Finally, an ethics discussion will include how to approach ethical dilemmas often encountered in day-to-day practice in the entertainment field and related areas of the legal profession.
Topics to be covered include:
• Independent Film and Television Project
• Theatre Project: Musicals from Concept to Production
• Copyright and Trademark Basics
• Ethics in Practice: What You Need to Know
Robert L. Seigel
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